When it comes to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series of smartphones, the company typically launches on variant of the phone, unlike the Galaxy S series which typically comes in normal and Plus models. However, this year, the rumors are claiming that Samsung could bring a Plus version to its Note series, and it looks like it has been confirmed.
In a post on Samsung Romania and Samsung Slovakia’s websites, there seems to be support pages for the Note 10+. The support pages don’t really give much away, but it does confirm that the phone will come with 512GB of storage and it will also feature what Samsung is calling a “hybrid SIM”.
By that, we can only assume that it will be similar to handsets like the iPhone where it will support both a physical SIM and an eSIM, the latter of which we can expect to see more US carriers support in the future. As for the rest of the specs, the Note 10 series are expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 855+ and the Exynos 9820 depending on where you stay.
We have heard rumors that there could be a 5G version in the works that could be exclusive to Verizon. Take it with a grain of salt, but Samsung will be officially announcing the phone on the 7th of August, although customers who are interested can actually go ahead and reserve the phone via Samsung’s website now.