Last week a reputable product designer Ben Geskin came up with the first concept render of the Galaxy Note 10. The phone wasn’t anything like the Galaxy S10’s design. The hole-punch camera on the front got a central position, with the rear camera lens will shift to the left side of the device. IceUniverse confirmed that this Galaxy Note 10 render is correct. Ice Universe is the Samsung insider who has been teasing all rumors and design changes on its famous twitter page.
In addition to these rumors, we have a new leak about the Galaxy Note 10 that might be an important one. All Galaxy S10 4G versions support 15W wired and wireless fast charging, while only the S10 5G has the ability to charge at 25W. That’s really fast compared to its siblings but this feature is available only on the limited device and not available to all markets as well. Ice Universe suggests that charging speed is going to be an important update for Note 10. It didn’t provide any further information so far. Considering all other Galaxy smartphones can charge at 15W, except S10 5G, 25W could be a serious upgrade if available to all over the globe.
We don’t have the exact number yet. It could be 25W or probably more for Galaxy Note 10. Samsung announced earlier this week, that it will use new chips which support USB-C fast charging speed up to 100W. This seems a lot for a UCS-C charger to adapt to. Although the chip is already in the process it may not be ready by the time of launch of Galaxy Note 10. Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10 devices in early August this year and should be available in stores a few weeks after that.