According to the info provided by SamMobile, a 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 will launch in three storage options. The device will arrive in 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options, and it seems like that goes only for the Galaxy Note10, not the Galaxy Note10 Pro, as that variant hasn't been mentioned by the source. It is possible that the "Pro" model will have the same options, though, of course.
The source also notes that the 1TB storage variant of the Galaxy Note10 will include 12GB of RAM, and it may actually be made out of ceramic, unlike the other two variants, which will sport a glass build (+metal, of course).
If this info ends up being true, the Galaxy Note10 5G will offer more storage than the Galaxy S10 5G, as the latter capped out at 512GB of storage. It's also worth noting that the Galaxy S10 5G does not have a microSD card slot, and if that ends up being the case with the Galaxy Note10 5G as well, having a ton of storage will be a necessity for a lot of people.
The Galaxy Note10 5G with 1TB of storage will cost a lot, needless to say. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ with 1TB of storage is priced at €1,599 in Europe, and the Galaxy Note10 5G with 1TB of storage is actually expected to cost more than that, so… that price tag will probably put off quite a few people. Luckily, purchasing a 5G phone at this point may not be a great idea anyway, as 5G networks are still not up, and it will take quite a while for you to find use for a 5G device.
The regular Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro will be quite pricey as well, though. The Galaxy Note10 pricing is rumored to start at €999 in Europe, while the Galaxy Note10 Pro's price tag will be set at €1,149.
Samsung had already scheduled a release date for the Galaxy Note10 series. The company will announce those phones on August 7, and Samsung is expected to release both the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro, in both 4G and 5G variants.
Both of those phones have been leaking for quite some time now, so we pretty much know what to expect at this point. The Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro will look quite similar, in fact. The Galaxy Note10 Pro will include an extra camera on the back, a 3D ToF sensor, and it will be larger than the Galaxy Note10, but other than that, they will look the same.
Both devices will be made out of metal and glass, and both will sport a curved display. Thin bezels will be a part of the package, as will a display camera hole, which will be centered this time around.
The Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro are expected to arrive in both Exynos 9820 and Snapdragon 855 variants, depending on the market. A brand new variant of the S Pen stylus will be included with these two smartphones, while Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on both phones, along with Samsung's One UI skin.