Galaxy Note 10+ version for the Chinese market will raise RAM to 12GB, internal memory 512GB? - Photo 1.

Galaxy Note 10+ version for the Chinese market will raise RAM to 12GB, internal memory 512GB?


The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be released in early August and while the actual configuration and photos of the device have been revealed early, more recent information is available about a special variant specifically for marketing. Chinese school.

According to leaks from the famous leaker @IceUniverse, the high-end Galaxy Note 10+ version will feature 12GB RAM and 512GB internal memory, support 5G. Officials also expect that Samsung will prepare a 1TB variant for this market, but it is unclear whether Samsung intends to retain the microSD expansion card slot.

Standard Galaxy Note 10 in the Chinese market will support 4G LTE network, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory. In addition to the global version, Samsung also prepared the Galaxy Note 10 variant with 128GB internal memory. Meanwhile the Galaxy Note 10+ will have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory.

Galaxy Note 10+ version for the Chinese market will raise RAM to 12GB, internal memory 512GB? - Photo 2.

The reason Samsung has to increase the amount of RAM and internal memory for the Galaxy Note 10+ version in the Chinese market because this is a fierce competition market in terms of configuration, which machine has impressive configuration and design. More beautiful will easily conquer customers.

The Galaxy Note 10 / Note10 + version in the Chinese market is also expected to integrate memory in UFS 3.0, Snapdragon 855 chips instead of Exynos 9825 in some other markets.

The charging speed of Galaxy Note 10+ is also expected to increase to 45W. While the Galaxy Note 10 only has 25W charging speed. Both smartphone models will integrate Android 9 Pie when shipped.

According to the leak, Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ may start selling from August 23 to. However, recently, it has been reported that the production line of Galaxy Note 10 is having trouble due to the Korea-Japan trade war.

Refer to Gizchina


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