Galaxy Note 10 To Boost Productivity Suggests Samsung In Short Clip

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With July upon us, the picture for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 10 is getting clearer. Rumors of Samsung choosing to launch a Note 10 'lineup' instead of a single device are increasing. In fact, a good leak for a phablet dubbed as 'Galaxy Note 10 Plus' provided details for a new design for the Note lineup this year. Now, we've got a teaser for the Galaxy Note 10 straight from Samsung. Take a look below for more details.

Galaxy Note 10 Official Teasers Hints At A Productivity Boost For The Phablet

While Samsung didn't make major design changes to the Galaxy Note 9 over the device's predecessor, the company did overhaul the phablet's productivity features. It achieved this by increasing the role of the S-Pen in the Note 9's usage, with the stylus being able to act as a laser pointer and control the device remotely.

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With the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung is indirectly promising to take things up a notch. The company's fresh teaser for the Galaxy Note 10 states that "Productivity is Power'', and then stops stating anything. As a teaser, it's as cryptic as possible, but this doesn't mean that we can't make any inferences from it.

For starters, it's rumored that the Galaxy Note 10 will launch with a larger battery pack than its predecessor's. Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 has a 4,000mAh battery, and an alleged battery pack leak for Samsung's upcoming phablet suggests that we'll be treated to a massive 4,500 battery. This alone will improve performance on the device, particularly when coupled with a confirmed upgrade for the device.

This upgrade also relates to productivity and is about the device's application processor. The Note 10 will undoubtedly run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC that's fabricated on TSMC's 7nm processor. This chip will make it the first phablet from Samsung running on the advanced processing node and will allow users to open applications faster. It will also improve power efficiency, and this, when combined with the alleged 4,500mAh power pack will give the Note 10 a unique productivity edge in the market. Additionally, a larger display on the device will give users more room to use applications.

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