August 7 is fast approaching and Samsung is all set to introduce the Note10 lineup at the Galaxy Unpacked event. We’ve seen a number of leaks about the standard Note10 and Note10+ already, but it's only now that we get out first look at the 5G variant thanks to Evan Blass who got access to a Verizon press image.
The ad shows the front of the Galaxy Note10+ 5G next to the back of the regular Note10. Design-wise the Note10+ 5G looks identical to the regular Note10+ with the new Infinity-O display and its centered punch hole camera.
The ad details that those who pre-order the Galaxy Note10+ 5G from Verizon will receive a free Note10 as well if they happen to choose one of the carrier's Unlimited plans. Odds are you'd need to sign another contract for the second phone though.
According to previous Note10+ 5G leaks, the phone will come with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage as standard.
The rest of the spec sheet is expected to match the Note10+ with a 6.8-inch QHD+ display and Exynos 9825 or Snapdragon 855+ depending on the region. The battery is expected to come in at 4,300 mAh and support up to 45W fast charging even though Samsung will only provide a 25W charger in the box.
like i said ,design your own phones ,if you have the technology and the budget and leave us alone
Apparently they think that everyone buying a new phone is a new customer and is ok with 24 month contracts. First off they need to switch this to 12 months, and then come up with something that doesn't involve buying new contracts.