Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ passes Malaysia's SIRIM certification

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ passes Malaysia's SIRIM certification

Folks at Winfuture has shared the full specifications of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The images also indicate that Samsung might bundle the Galaxy Note 10 with free Buds, a Galaxy Watch, or other accessories during preorders. Samsung has said that buyers can expect to receive their smartphones by August 23rd. And, if the promotion is believed, the original Note 10+ is quite similar to the previously leaked images. The design is mostly unchanged from the first edition, still featuring a round face. Moreover, Galaxy Note 9 has a 6.4 in. display. These show what is supposed to be a Galaxy Note 10, a Galaxy Watch, the Galaxy Buds, and the Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Fast Charge Stand.

Smartwatches are being used as standalone devices without phones. It too will have 12GB of RAM. For optics, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus will allegedly have four cameras including a TOF sensor at the back, while the standard version might get three rear cameras. Under the hood, the Exynos 9825/ Snapdragon 855 SoC will be powering the phone.

Breaking down the details, Ice states that the Note 10 bezels will measure just 2mm (top), 3.7mm (bottom) and 1.5mm (sides) while the all-new central front camera is simply 4.2mm in diameter.

Leaks have been pouring out steadily as we get closer to the date of Samsung Unpacked, where the company traditionally announced new phones. For its premium Galaxy S10-series, Samsung introduced a punch-hole camera mechanism.

Should you upgrade? It depends on what you are using now, and, of course, your wallet. If you trade in a Galaxy S9 series device or the Galaxy Note 8, you can avail a discount of $300. You can be sure Note 10 will cost slightly more than Note 9, while Note 10+ will cost even more.

The name was confirmed in a leak by Evan Blass yesterday but the device was already in the news before then. Right now, the phones eligible for this promo are the Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone X, iPhone XR, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3 XL.

While Google, Samsung, and Apple's latest will net you $600 in credit, phones over about a year old fall off in trade-in value steeply, settling in around $300-200.

The Samsung Galaxy A80 is the premium offering of the A-series. USA consumers who register for the devices will be able to pre-order them on August 7 and receive their Note 10 handset on the August 23.

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