Other specifications for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10 have leaked. According to the well-known Leaker Ice Universe, the Note10 supports charging up to 25W, and the larger Note10 + supports up to 45W – though it comes only with a 25W charger in the box. WinFuture also assumes that the Note10 in the US will use a Snapdragon 855 and not the upcoming Snapdragon 855 Plus.

The European version will be delivered with the new Exynos 9825 from Samsung (hopefully better than the 9820). Other seemingly confirmed specifications include the long-rumored switch to UFS 3.0 storage, which is expected in light of the unpublished Galaxy Fold.

The difference in charging speed between the smaller Note10 and the larger Note10 + could be related to the fact that it is possible to install more battery cells in the physically larger phone. Some smartphone OEMs have managed to significantly increase the charging speed by using more than one cell while enabling parallel inputs at higher rates, and this roughly doubling the performance from Note10 to Note10 + would match that.

For more details about the upcoming Galaxy Note1o, see our ongoing coverage of this topic.