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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Cases Confirm A Major Design Change

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Cases Confirm A Major Design Change

Rumors are heating up about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which looks set to be revealed by the manufacturer next month - along with a new sister model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

The phone sports a 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a resolution of 1080*2340 pixels. Not forget this is the first phone in the Galaxy M series to offer a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

According to an article by smartphone review website GSMArena, South Korean technology news website ETNews reported that a launch event for the Galaxy Note10 series is slated to happen on August 10. The device will pack 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. It is likely to have the company's own Samsung One UI on top. Samsung Galaxy M40 initial impressions The Galaxy M40 is a great attempt by Samsung to attract buyers in the under Rs 20,000 segment. Currently, it has been unveiled with only a 128GB storage variant.

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Samsung previously announced that its low-end smartphone Galaxy J line was being discontinued and would be replaced by Galaxy A models. To get notified when the phone becomes available, those interested can head to the Amazon microsite for Galaxy M40 and click on the "Notify me" option. The tiny hole in the display carries a 16-megapixel selfie camera. It is a dual-SIM smartphone and comes with a hybrid microSD and SIM card slot. The phone also supports video features such as 4K recording, Slo-mo, and Hyperlapse. It runs on the same OneUI interface based on Android 9 Pie like the A-series and S-series phones. There is support for Face Unlock along with a fingerprint scanner at the back.

The bummer, however, apart from the otherwise good specs is its rather smaller battery at 3,500 mAh battery, contrary to earlier reports that suggested a 5,000 mAh cell found on Galaxy M30. A 45 W fast charge would be among the best in the industry, so it's a bit surprising that Samsung will not be using it on its most expensive device of the year. Recent speculation indicated that Samsung would finally remove the 3.5mm audio connector on the Note 10, so users will have to stick with a USB Type-C connector or switch to wireless headphones.