We’re getting closer to Samsung’s grand unpacked event on August 7th, that day we’ll get to know about the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 +. A new rumour from Greece claims that the Note 10 will severly downgrade the resolution from its predecessor. Stepping from QHD+ (1440×2960) to FHD+. According to this report, screen size will be 6.3″, and its battery capacity is said to be 3,500 mAh. On the other side, the bigger Note10+ smartphone has a huge 6.8″ QHD+ display and a 4,300 mAh of battery.
This device will be offered with a base storage of 256GB, and 12GB of RAM no matter which model you pick. Compared to the Note10 it a has another differentiating feature, it will have a ToF sensor on the back. Finally, the renderings were correct: the Bixby button is gone. The Bixby functionality will be included in the Power button, probably with a long press of voice assistant button. All of that is just a rumour at this point. All will be revealed at the Samsung’s event.