All the Samsung lovers are anxiously waiting for the launch ceremony of the highly anticipated Galaxy Note10 Series. Samsung is all set to hold Galaxy Unpacked event on August 7. After getting a lot of leaks regarding the Galaxy Note 10/+, today, the 5G version of the Note 10+ was spotted at Verizon. Galaxy Note 10+ 5G edition looks identical to the regular version.
Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Will Flaunt Infinity O Display
Evan Blass has recently got access to a Verizon press image of the 5G Variant. The ad clearly shows the front of the Note10+ 5G next to the back of the regular Note10. Design-wise, 5G variant will look identical to the regular version. It will come with the new Infinity-O display and centered punch hole camera. Furthermore, the ad says that those who will pre-order the Galaxy Note10+ 5G from Verizon will receive a free Note10. Moreover, all those who will choose one of the carrier’s Unlimited plans can get a free Note 10. However, you will have to sign another contract for the second phone though.
According to the previous reports, the upcoming Galaxy Note10 price in Europe will start at €999 ($1,125). On the other hand, the Note10+ price will be €1,149 ($1,295). The base models of both the handsets will come with 256GB storage. There had been no words regarding the price of 5G Version yet.
Moreover, Note10+ is expected to feature a 6.8-inch QHD+ display and Exynos 9825 or Snapdragon 855+ depending on the region. The battery cell of the handset is expected to come in at 4,300 mAh. Furthermore, it will come with support up to 45W fast charging. However, Samsung will only provide a 25W charger in the box. Rumors claim that the 5G Edition of the handset will come with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage as standard.