Samsung will not only release the Galaxy Note 10 this summer , but also a Galaxy Note 10 Pro. And while the normal 6.3-inch version has a slightly smaller screen, the Pro model is equipped with a much larger screen, according to rumors, even a size of 6.8-inch. That of course includes a larger battery, because a display of this size consumes quite a bit of energy. Fortunately, it seems that Samsung agrees. A photo of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro battery shows a battery capacity of 4500 mAh, or 500 mAh more than the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Although the photo of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro battery is anything but detailed, something can be deduced from the information. That is the Typical Capacity of 4500 mAh. And by looking closely, a Rated Capacity of 4370 mAh is also visible. At least, that is what we conclude on the basis of this photo . If the stated data is correct, and this battery will actually be used in the Note 10 Pro, then this would mean that this Pro model has 500 mAh extra capacity compared to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 . The top model in the Galaxy S10 line-up, the Galaxy S10 5G, also has a 4500 mAh battery.
Galaxy Note 10 Pro battery
The battery that can be seen on the photo is made by Samsung SDI VIETNAM. This is one of the usual manufacturers of Samsung’s batteries. Thanks to the model number EB-BN975ABU, this specific battery can be linked to the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The normal Galaxy Note 10 Pro carries the model number SM-N970, the Note 10 Pro carries the model number SM-N975. Given the mention of ‘N975’ in the type number of the battery, it can therefore be said with reasonable certainty that this battery belongs to the Note 10 Pro.
The basic model of the Galaxy Note 10 is further expected with a triple camera while the Pro version would be equipped with a quad camera. This may be a Time of Flight sensor. Both versions would also be available in 4G and 5G variants, which means that a total of four Galaxy Note 10 models will be sold. The new models will probably be presented in August.