With less than one month to go before its official debut, details on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series continue to trickle out.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are expected to include Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor in the U.S., says WinFuture, not the Snapdragon 855 Plus that was announced this week. An Exynos processor will likely be used in other parts of the globe.
Samsung's Galaxy Note flagships typically launch with the same Snapdragon 800 series chip as that year's Galaxy S flagship, but Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 855 Plus this week and said the first SD855+ devices would launch in the second half of 2019. That caused some folks to think that the Note 10 could come with a Snapdragon 855 Plus, but it sounds like that won't be the case.
It might be kind of disappointing to hear that the Note 10 phones will come with a non-Plus Snapdragon 855 chip, but that's still a high-end chip that ought to perform well in the Note 10 and Note 10+. The rest of the phones' spec lists will probably be pretty high-end, too, and so prospective Note 10 and Note 10+ buyers shouldn't worry too much about the performance.
In other Note 10 news, both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will include 25W fast charging. Folks who spring for the Galaxy Note 10+ will be able to get even faster charging speeds if they buy another charger, says leaker Ice Universe, because the Note 10+ will support up to 45W fast charging.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are expected to be officially revealed on August 7.