Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are now one step closer to release
Press renders of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ leaked yesterday, giving us a good glimpse of the upcoming flagship. The handsets have now been certified by the Federal Communications Commission. They have cleared a major regulatory hurdle and are now one step closer to release.
We are less than a month away from the unveiling of Samsung’s new flagship. The company has confirmed an Unpacked event for August 7 in New York City. That’s where the Galaxy Note 10 will be announced.
Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ receive FCC certification
The FCC has certified both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ with model number SM-N975F and SM-N976B respectively. Samsung will be offering two different models of the flagship this year. The Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch display while the Galaxy Note 10+ gets a larger 6.75-inch display.
There will be some differences between the two models. The Galaxy Note 10+ will have a ToF sensor at the back, for example, while the Galaxy Note 10 will not. The battery capacity will be different on both handsets as well. There will also be a lot of similarities between the two. They’ll be the same design-wise and both are expected to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. That’s backed up by reports of a pair of USB Type-C wired noise cancellation earphones which may ship with the device.
Samsung is going to offer 5G variants of both models in markets where the next-gen networks have gone live. We also exclusively revealed yesterday that the Galaxy Note 10 5G will be available in 256GB, 512GB and 1TB internal storage options.
Galaxy Note fans are no doubt excited for the unveiling of this new device. Samsung will confirm pricing and availability information next month. August 7 can’t come soon enough.