The Galaxy Note 10, near Samsung’s top of the line that should be made official August 7, still starring several leaks before its debut on the market.
After being seen in the hands of a public transport user, the model – which is expected to hit stores with Superfast Charge technology – has now made its face on the Internet again, this time in its 5G-compatible version.
Possibly intended for the US and European markets (some of the few regions where fifth-generation mobile networks are available), the special version has been spotted in renderings supposedly intended for mobile operator Verizon, which will offer the model for purchase from August 23rd.
It appears that the version marketed by Verizon will include the Snapdragon 855 chipset and 5G X50 modem – other carriers would be with the Exynos variant, which brings the powerful 9825 chip (possibly this should arrive in Brazil).
The Galaxy Note 10 5G variant should have 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of internal storage. Samsung has already started reservations for the Galaxy Note 10 in the US, where it is accepting orders for unlocked versions as well as those with a loyalty/exclusivity agreement with some carriers.
Early buyers of the 5G phablet in the US will get another Verizon freebie Note 10 and $ 50 off a wireless charger if booked through Best Buy.