The standard 4G model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will feature an adequately-sized 4500mAh battery, which is a 500mAh hike on that of the Galaxy Note 9 and on par with that of the Galaxy S10 5G, according to esteemed tipster Ice Universe — corroborating a recent leak.
The cell was certified for use by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology on Saturday, with the accompanying documentation revealing that the component was assigned the model number EB-BN975ABU, which matches up to the 4G variant (SM-N975) of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
What is the Galaxy Note 10 Pro?
Samsung is said to be working on four variants of the Galaxy Note 10 — two with 4G and two with 5G. That makes sense seeing as the firm is rumored to launch the handset with the choice of two screen sizes: 6.28-inches and 6.75-inches, with the latter being branded the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
As for what the duo will bring to the table, the main tidbit we’ve heard to date comes courtesy of Korea’s ETNews, which has reason to believe that neither the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Pro have a single physical button on board — though we’ve seen no evidence supporting that claim.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro in August.