Samsung will officially launch the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 10 early next month. Before the company's next Unpacked event, however, a new leak reveals what tech fans could actually get.

The Galaxy Note 10's features, though, have been previously leaked a number of times, offering similar details. The most recent one indicates the same unique design and specs but more specifically, leakers at TechManiacs state in their blog that Samsung finally ditched the headphone jack.

They further said that according to their trusted source, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be offered expectedly in two sizes: the 6.3-inch Note 10 and 6.8-inch Note 10+. Weighing at 168 grams, the smaller model will come with a Full HD display while the larger one will feature QHD+ Infinity O screen.

Extra Battery Life For Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+

Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will be getting the same hole-punch display design and sport a triple and quad rear-camera systems. Note 10 will pack a 3,500 mAh battery with 25W charging while the Note 10+ will have a bigger 4,300 mAh battery with 45W charging.

BGR noted that ditching the headphone jack has allowed the company to add an extra 100 mAh battery life to each model. Meanwhile, the bigger model will all have 12GB RAM onboard and 256GB storage at the low end.

Other New Features

Moreover, the report revealed that Galaxy Note 10 will be delivered in red at launch. The Note 10+, on the other hand, will be available in three variants: white, black, and a third color option.

The soon-to-be-launched Samsung premium offering will also boast some new camera-related features. There will be a live focus for videos, night mode for the selfie camera, and zoom audio for clips.

Earlier reports claim that the new Galaxy Note phones will be bundled with a pair of USB-wired headphones. In addition, Note 10 will no longer have the Bixby button, but the Bixby feature is still accessible using the power button that is similar to iPhone's Siri.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ is expected to go up for preorder soon after the Aug. 7 Unpacked event.

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