Just like they did with the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung is looking to release multiple devices under the Galaxy Note 10 line-up for this year too. We already know there will be a vanilla Note 10 and a Pro version, as well as a 5G option for those who would want that too.
A 3C certification from China has revealed that the later unit will surely be an option, and we get to see some of the charging capabilities of this unit too.
According to the listing, the phone will ship with a 25W charger in the box. Note that this is the same thing we are expecting with the Note 10+. In fact, it is almost certain that the Note 10+ will support as much as 45W fast charging even if that would be made possible by an optional charger.
As things are, it is very likely the same treatment is applied to the Note 10 5G. If that is the case, it would not make much sense to pay more for a unit that would have the same charging capabilities as the one below it.
But then, August 7 is almost upon us – so it won’t be long before we confirm all we have been waiting on for a while now.