The spec sheet for the more wallet-friendly version of the Galaxy Note 10 is reportedly doing the rounds, and we're looking at a January launch.
If the information is accurate, we're looking at a significantly cheaper handset with the price coming in at €609 (around £521) compared to the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G which started at £899, £999, and £1,099 at launch.
The smartphone will be powered by the not-so-new Exynos 9810 chipset, and will have 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The screen will be bigger than the Note 10's 6.3-inches, with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ (2400 x 1080) resolution.
Top, front, and centre will be a 32MP f/2.0 holepunch camera, while the rear sports a 12MP f/1.7 main camera, a 12MP f/2.2 wide-angle camera, and 12MP f/2.4 2x telephoto lens. On the video front, look forward to recording in UHD 4K 60 fps.
The battery is an upgrade compared to the Note 10 and 10+, with a 4,500 mAh battery and 25-watt fast charging.
It's apparently set to release in January, and given all of the leaks that preceded the Note 10 launch, it's no surprise all of the specs have been dumped in on go just a month before it hits the market. There's no time to drag it out. Still, none of this has been officially confirmed, so we'll wait to hear from Samsung. [Pocket-lint]
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