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Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G Minimum RAM, Storage Configurations Allegedly Leaked Ahead of Unpacked Event

Aug 6, 2019
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With only day left for Samsung’s Unpacked event on August 7, we will bear witness to the Korean giant’s most premium offerings of the year that comes in the form of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. Apart from Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 that’s to be found in both smartphones head for the U.S. market, both of them will also be offered in various RAM and storage configurations, and one tipster has revealed the internal specifications of the base models. Even these numbers are quite impressive, so have a look yourself and be the judge.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G Expected to Feature Minimum of 12GB RAM and 256GB of Internal Memory

New info surrounding the internal specifications of both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G has been shared by Ishan Agarwal, who has been credited with leaking noteworthy info of devices before. This time, he states that the Galaxy Note 10’s base model will arrive with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal memory, which we believe will support the UFS 3.0 standard.

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It’s not confirmed if Samsung plans on upping the RAM count if you decide to purchase the top-tier storage variant of the Note 10, but here’s what we do know. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G will sport a minimum of 12GB RAM and 256GB of onboard memory. Thankfully, Agarwal has also shared both models in their Aura White flavors, revealing a fresh new color option expected to be unveiled by Samsung.

Of course, the difference in specifications can also mean there could be a massive pricing difference between both models. If you want to see a size comparison between the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, there was a hands-on video of both dummy models reported earlier so you can decide for yourself which one to reserve if you plan on upgrading in the future.

We’re also excited to see what the optics hardware is capable of doing, although a different tipster thinks the Mate 30 Pro’s camera will outperform Samsung’s crown jewel. Right now, it’s way too early to decide which flagship will be the obvious choice for many, so we highly recommend waiting for both devices to become available so that a fair comparison can be published.

Like always, we request waiting for the Unpacked event to draw to a close in order to get access to the most accurate of specifications, so stay tuned for our timely coverage tomorrow.

Source: Twitter (Ishan Agarwal)

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