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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may come bundled with wired in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may come bundled with wired in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation

Samsung will reportedly launch wired in-ear headphones with Active Noise-cancellation alongside the Galaxy Note 10 at the ‘Unpacked’ event on August 7 at 4pm ET (August 8 at 1:30am IST) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The information was shared by the popular tipster, Roland Quandt. However, it is not clear whether the company would bundle these headphones in the box, or will offer them as a part of some offer or with a special edition of the upcoming device.



Apparently, the headphones will be USB-C type and not 3.5mm because recently, a media report claimed that Samsung would do away with the 3.5mm jack in the Galaxy Note10. Quandt also says that the EP-N5200 wireless charger, which is reportedly made for the Galaxy Note 10, will deliver a 20W of charge. Finally, Samsung is also said to unveil a 9W wireless charging phone holder at some point.



Additionally, another has claimed that Samsung will launch a 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10, which is likely to be the most expensive Note device ever from Samsung. The report says that this particular device is expected to offer 256GB of internal storage in the base version. The phone is also said to be offered in 512GB and 1TB storage options. The flagship version with 1TB of storage is also likely to feature 12GB RAM while the less expensive 256/512GB versions will reportedly feature 8GB RAM.



Previous reports suggest that Samsung is expected to announce four different variants of the next Galaxy Note: the Note10 and the Note 10 Pro, and 5G variants of both. There are reports, which claim that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro could be called the Galaxy Note 10+. The regular model will allegedly feature a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, while the elder sibling is supposed to sport a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel. The next Samsung flagship is expected to pack a 4170mAh battery, an Exynos 9875 chipset (or the Snapdragon 855 SoC for some markets).




And there is a new 9W wireles charging capable phone holder on it's way too.


— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) 10 July 2019
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