On August 7, Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 + will debut at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event. However, at the present time, there has been a lot of leaked information about the details of this upcoming flagship smartphone product line.
According to the Gsmarena, sources from the Chinese certification body 3C said they have approved the 25W fast-charging device with the model number EP-TA800 of the Galaxy Note10 product.
China Compulsory Certificate (3C) certification is a mandatory certification mark for products imported, sold or used in the Chinese market.
|Details about Samsung certification. Photo: Gsmarena.|
In addition, the account @IceUniverse – who had many accurate predictions about Samsung products – revealed that the Galaxy Note10 + will allow 45W fast charging. 25 W.
The Note10 series will also be equipped with a 20 W. wireless charger. In early July, there were a number of different sources confirming the wireless charging of the Note10 which will carry the EP-N5200 model number.
Next to the charger, Gsmarena Also revealed that the Note10 product will have a capacity of 4,170 mAh battery. Larger version Note10 + has 4,500 mAh battery capacity.
Earlier, July 12, Roland Quandt's correspondent WinFuture has revealed personal Twitter information about the price of the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + duo.
Specifically, Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + will be sold in Europe with the lowest memory version of 256 GB. Note10 will cost 999 euros, while Note10 + is 1,149 euros.
Expected, Samsung will launch Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + at Unpacked 2019 event, taking place at 3am on 8/8 (Vietnam time).