Samsung Galaxy Note 10 new features
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-09 1179 0
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After Samsung makes official its charger of 25 Watts (compatible with the Galaxy A70 and Galaxy S10 5G), it is almost certain that the new Galaxy Note 10 will support this new type of fast charging. But one of the most popular online informants, known as Ice Universe, believes that the manufacturer may be preparing something even more powerful.
"Think of something bigger (not smaller). That's all I can say, but I hope to be pleasantly surprised, not disappointed, when the official specifications of the charger are released," revealed the source. This phrase suggests that Samsung has something more powerful than 25W up its sleeve, and has led several users to believe that the company is hiding the game.
In fact fans expect something really fast, a dream that seemed to have disappeared after the arrival of the Galaxy S10 line, which supports recharge the "only" 18W, far from what the competition can already offer. The OPPO, for example, is one of the pioneers in the industry with its Super VOOC technology at 50 Watts, able to fully recharge the battery of 3,400 mAh of Oppo Find X Lamborghini in 35 minutes.
Ice Universe added that "battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung's weaknesses," so the South Korean manufacturer may have finally reached the level of its competition.
Note 10e as an accessible option
One of the first rumors about Note 10 said that the parts of the device had different sizes, as we talked about in the last topic of this article, which generated some speculation about a folding model at the time. It turned out that now The Bell website reveals some details about the Note 10 series that should arrive in two different sizes, one of them being a supposed Note 10e.
The Note 10 Essential should follow the same proposal of Galaxy S10e, being an option with smaller dimensions, different technologies and slightly more affordable price. This version would have three cameras ago while the common Note 10 would have four, equal to the Galaxy S10 5G. The site also says that Samsung already work together with suppliers to enable the hardware of both devices, which should arrive in mid-August.
Galaxy Note 10 - No button?
According to the South Korean publication ETNews, the next generation of Galaxy Note will bring a radical change in design: absolutely no physical buttons, not even volume or on/off buttons. All would be replaced by touch-sensitive areas, pressure sensors or gestures on the screen.
The idea is not new, and the concept has already been introduced by the Chinese VIVO in the smartphone-concept Apex 2019. The difference is that this product was only conceived as a "showcase" for demonstration of ideas and technologies, instead of a mass-produced device like the Galaxy Note.
According to ETNews, Samsung intends to test the concept on a Galaxy A series device first. It makes sense, since the series was born from an experiment for the production of smartphones with metal structures, and over the years has pioneered technologies such as four cameras in the rear and the "hole" in the screen, replacing the Notch.
The Galaxy Note family is updated annually in September, on the eve of IFA in Berlin, so we won't have to wait much longer to meet the new Note. Until then, we keep an eye on it!
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