Past rumors have claimed that Samsung is working on no less than four versions of the upcoming Galaxy Note10, two of which will have 5G built-in. Their model numbers leaked recently, and now thanks to a reasonably reliable tipster we know what the company is expected to call the biggest Note10.
So, ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves for the Galaxy Note10 Pro. The tipster didn't share any additional info, but common sense says this will be the model with the 6.75-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display and four cameras on the back. It also stands to reason (given Samsung's antics with the S10 line) that the 5G version of the Pro will go by Galaxy Note10 Pro 5G.
On the other hand, the non-Pro Note10 is expected to come with a 6.28-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED and only three rear cameras. Both should be powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset or Exynos 9820, depending on market.
Ladies and gentlemans brace your selves because Honor note 11 ultra-elite is comming for 500 bucks with much bigger battery than Samsung device with same or better screen more ram equally same good CPU and GPU huawei 55W charging and a lot more feat...
And like last year Honor note 10 beats samsung note 9 by specs and price huawei will unveil Honor note 11 or simmilar thing for half price with twice as good specs and the samsung bubble will plop as usualy.
I don't care about 5G or camera quality, so I'm not interested in the the Note Pro. Either the regular Note, either Xperia 1 will get my money.