With only two months left between now and the expected launch of the Galaxy Note 10, details about core specs and features are now showing up, the latest arriving courtesy of 91mobiles.
The publication has been quite prolific with Galaxy Note 10 leaks in the recent past and apparently, it has more, this time including multiple model numbers, screen sizes, storage options, and the battery capacity for the upcoming device.
As if adding more weight to previous reports, the publication has unearthed four model numbers expected to feature on various variants of the Galaxy Note 10. The numbers are SM-N970 and SM-N971 that are said to be internally known as Project D1; and SM-N975 and SM-N976 that are codenamed Project D2 and Project D2-X.
While details of models SM-N970 and SM-N971 remain unclear for now, its claimed model SM-N975 will ship with a 6.4-inch screen while the SM-N976 will get a 6.8-inch panel. Prior to today, we only knew of a 6.3-inch compact model and a 6.75-inch Pro variant.
The storage on the 6.4-inch panel will begin at 128GB while the bigger model will also get double the base storage, which is nothing unusual. If earlier reports are to be believed, we are looking at UFS 3.0 modules here.
Interestingly, both phones are said to come with the same 4170mAh battery despite the screen size difference, which is quite odd given that previous plus-sized models got bigger batteries than their smaller variants. It has been reported before that this battery could support 25W fast charging or possibly even more.
We will be getting more of these rumors as the rumored August 10th launch date draws closer, so better buckle up.