Rumor: Snapdragon 855 Galaxy Note 10 will be exclusive to Verizon

USB-C headphone jack Samsung S9 lilac and Google Pixel 3 with bases showing to reveal headphone jack and lack thereof

Samsung to ship Galaxy Note 10 model with Exynos 9825 chips in the US

Furthermore, Winfuture.de gave a peek into the colour options we can expect from the Note 10 series, and here you might be a little disappointed. These may not be enough to push it past the Snapdragon 855 in overall performance, which would mean anyone buying the Verizon Galaxy Note 10 is destined to own a weaker handset. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus will apparently come with a 6.8-inch screen.

Galaxy S10 units sold in the United States are powered by Qualcomm's hardware for instance while other territories such as the United Kingdom are granted Samsung's proprietary chips.

In India, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will go on sale via e-commerce portal Flipkart. Additionally, Blass underlined that there would be no Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC in any Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models regardless of where they are released. Additionally, we have also seen plenty of leaks and rumours of the devices on the internet. Apart from that, the Note 10 series could improve durability with IP69-rated water and dust resistance. That includes a 6.3- and a 6.8-inch display for the Note 10 and Note 10+ respectively. The Galaxy Note 10+ with 256GB of storage will set you back €1,099 in Europe, while the 512GB model will cost €1,199. Another interesting thing to notice is that the smartphones will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and the customers will have to rely on Bluetooth or Type-C earphones.

It's ostensibly going to be an iterative upgrade - and possibly unique to the Galaxy Note 10 - so it may feature only a few minor tweaks.

We'll find out the full availability details when Samsung announces the Galaxy Note 10 at the Unpacked 2019 on August 7.

The video also reveals that the camera module positioning also has been changed in next generation Galaxy Note series phones.

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