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This is the Galaxy Note10 + 5G: all the latest information about the new phablet

We have seen many leaks of the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 +, but thanks to the friendly (and careless) Verizon concession, we can know how to really be the Galaxy Note10 + 5G.

Evan Blass publishes photos ….

Evan Blass has just posted a promotional image of Verizon on Twitter showing both the front and back of the Galaxy Note10 + 5G in a beautiful vanilla color. However, although the name refers to the Plus version, it is quite strange not to see the presence of the ToF sensor. Is it possible that the 5G version of the phablet has no such sensor? Possible, but very unlikely.

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Verizon's offer is particularly attractive // ​​Evan Blass
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<p>What most attracts the attention of the filtered image is the Verizon offer, which (apparently) allows you to obtain a free Galaxy Note10 by reserving the 5G version and choosing its unlimited plan, and that also indicates that users who make the previous order may Receive the device first.</p>
<p>This will not be the first time Verizon signs an exclusive contract for a Samsung phone, especially when it comes to 5G. The same strategy was implemented for the Galaxy S10 5G during the last month of May, to the point that the other operators (Sprint and T-Mobile) could not offer the device in their catalog until the end of June.</p>
<h2>… and Roland Quandt the technical specifications</h2>
<p>Through the WinFuture website, Roland Quandt has just leaked the last dose of technical information related to Samsung's new phablet.</p>
<p>As for the screen, there will be few surprises. This is the Infinity Display with Dynamic AMOLED technology, maximum resolution QHD + and slightly rounded corners, the new S-Pen provide gestural control to navigate the operating system without touching the screen, in addition the tip should have a thickness of only 0.7 mm , the latency must be less than 70 milliseconds and include the IP68 certification.</p>
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The Galaxy Note10 is coming! / @ ishanagarwal24

In addition to adopting Snapdragon 855 in the American version, Samsung has always developed its new Exynos SoC that will be used in the rest of the world (especially in Europe). More specifically, it is the Exynos 9825, an eighth core with a clock frequency of 2.7 GHz, but we still don't know what architecture was used for its implementation. The new SoC will be supported by a minimum of 8GB of RAM type LPDDR4X and an internal memory that start from no less than 256GB, of course type UFS 3.0.

There will also be a dual SIM slot, a microSD card slot, WIFI 6 connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC.

Buy the new Samsung phablet? If so, what of them?

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