The device will arrive in 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options, and it seems like that goes only for the Galaxy Note10, not the Galaxy Note10 Pro, as that variant hasn't been mentioned by the source. The outlet also added that the chip, which would be finding its way to a version of the Galaxy Note 10, will not be in the kind of supply that Samsung needs to produce as many Galaxy Note 10 units as it hopes.
The Galaxy Note10 5G with 1TB of storage will cost a lot, needless to say.
While we can't predict exactly what effect that would have on the Galaxy Note 10, it's possible that the production delay would mean Samsung can't manufacture as many Note 10 units as it would like - potentially harming stock levels in certain regions.
The regular Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro will be quite pricey as well, though.
Pricing-wise, rumours indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be going for a starting price of 999 Euro, which equates to about $1,100 or just shy of £900.
People familiar with the matter said earlier this year that Samsung wanted to release 5G versions of both, as the company is pushing hard for this technology across its lineup. You can look right past the fact that Air Motion isn't really useful, and you can probably even accept LG's questionable software update track record. The Galaxy Note10 Pro will include an extra camera on the back, a 3D ToF sensor, and it will be larger than the Galaxy Note10, but other than that, they will look the same. Thin bezels will be a part of the package, as will a display camera hole, which will be centered this time around. The Korean electronics giant is expected to ship out versions of the phones powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, but only for selected markets such as the U.S. and the EU.
The phone is one of the few phones offering a punch-hole display, dubbed the Infinity-O display by Samsung.