Samsung Galaxy Note10 wireless charger will offer up to 20W speeds

Samsung Galaxy Note10 wireless charger will offer up to 20W speeds

Although the specs of the duo got leaked well before the launch, there should be some surprises during the launch of the much-awaited smartphones. Samsung now offers dual variable aperture feature on Galaxy S series phones. And from what we have seen, it looks like Samsung isn't going to promote them as great camera smartphones, which is now a hot trend in the industry. The teaser is expected to feature a host of new productivity features.

Samsung's top-end phones are "IP68" rated, meaning they can withstand immersion in fresh water for 30 minutes, in depths of up to 1.5 metres - but doesn't measure the effect of salt water or chlorine on a device, the sticking point of the ACCC.

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The phones that are a part of the ACCC's complaint include phones from the Galaxy S10, S9, S8, and S7 series, as well as the Note 9, Note 8, Note 7 handsets, and the A8, A7, and A5 smartphones.

In addition, the company is likely to skip the standard 3.5 mm headphone jack and even physical keys for functions like volume and power on its upcoming Galaxy Note 10. The video shows how users have to switch from one device to another to perform different tasks. The model is also expected to come with 20W wireless charging. This could be paired with up to 12GB of RAM, with the base variant starting at 8GB. Today, the Samsung Galaxy A50s showed up on Geekbench, and the listing revealed that there wouldn't be any difference in terms of the processor or the storage. There are also rumours of a triple-camera setup at the back similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus. Further, it claims that the Galaxy Note 10 will replace a list of devices for professionals.