The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 which has been spotted on NashvilleChatter (via GizmoChina), is said to have two variants, SM-N976B and SM-N976V. Both the variants will support 5G. The SM-N976B will be an Exynos variant, whereas the SM-N976V will be a Snapdragon variant. The processors which will be used in these devices are Exynos 9825 and Snapdragon 855 respectively.
Samsung device numbers matching both the Exynos 9825 and Snapdragon 855 processor versions of the Note 10 5G have been tested with Geekbench 4, a popular benchmarking software for Android phones and other devices.
It is worth noting that the Exynos variant of Note 10 clocked at 1.95 GHz will be equipped with 8 GB of RAM, whereas the Snapdragon variant clocked at 1.76 GHz will have a massive 12 GB of RAM. Both the variants will be running on Android 9 Pie out of the box.
There will also be a 4G variant of Note 10. Reports have revealed that Galaxy Note 10 4G and Note 10 5G variants are codenamed as “Da Vinci” and “Da Vinci 5G” respectively. However, there is no information available on the display and camera configurations of the device. It is expected that Samsung will announce the Note 10 series in August.
We will update you once further information comes on this.