With launch scheduled for August 7, the Galaxy Note 10 is one of the most anticipated smartphones for the second half of 2019, it is no wonder that he has played so many leaks and rumors.
The newest rumor related to the upcoming model concerns its 5G version which, according to the well-known SamMobile website, is expected to hit the market in three different variants.
The options would offer the storage of 256 and 512 GB or 1 TB, with the last of them bringing as a differential a supposed ceramic finish on the back and 12 GB of RAM.
While the Galaxy S10 5G is only offered in versions with 256 and 512 GB, Note 10 would count on the extra variant, seeing that until its release, 5G technology will already be a little more widespread around the world.
It’s even understandable Sammy’s decision to offer a variant with so much internal storage, after all, the proposal of the Galaxy Note line is productivity – and as the S10 5G model does not support micro SD cards, possibly the Note 10 also must not bear.
In terms of prices, the 1TB model is expected to cost a small fortune, taking into account that the 1TB variant of the S10 hit stores in Europe costing 1599 Euros.