The base variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with model number SM-N970F/DS has passed the FCC certification in the US and China’s CCC certification as well.
The FCC listing has not revealed a lot of details this time. However, we were able to find the dimensions of the phone which measure 150.9 mm in length and 71.8 mm in width. The overall diagonal is 159.4 mm which is equal to 6.28 inches. The display diagonal measures 158.2 mm which is equal to 6.22 inches.
In addition to the dimensions, we were also able to find the battery model number as EB-BN970ABU. The appearance of this battery part in Korea’s certification confirmed the battery capacity to be 3400 mAh.
The CCC certification for the model number SM-N9700 confirms the charger used EP-TA800. This will support maximum charging speed of 25W (11V, 2.25A).
Galaxy Note 10 in Geekbench
Just yesterday, the same model number was spotted in a Geekbench listing which confirmed the processor that will be used in the phone. The Geekbench listing had indicated that Exynos 9825 SoC will power the phone and there will be support for 8GB RAM. The single and multi-core scores of 4495 and 10223 respectively suggested that the performance of the base variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be on par with the Galaxy S10+ phone which was powered by Exynos 9820 SoC and had scores of 4515 and 10626 respectively. The phone will ship with Android 9 Pie OS out of the box.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 variant with 12 GB RAM, SM-N970V, as seen on Geekbench, has slightly better scores than the Exynos 9825 variant. Last month, we saw the existence of Galaxy SM-N970B in Geekbench. The scores of SM-N970B were just 3557 and 9654 respectively, which is much lower than the SM-N970F found today. This confirms that Samsung has been trying to optimize the performance of Exynos 9825.
Note 10 Series Release Date
In other FCC listing for Galaxy Note 10+ that appeared last week, we found several images that confirmed the specs and design of Note 10+. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series has minimum of 3 models namely Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10 5G. We are not sure whether there will be a ‘e’ variant in Note 10 Series as we saw with Galaxy S10e. The Unpacked event is scheduled in New York on August 7 and we are just three weeks away from knowing more about these amazing phones from Samsung.