Just before its official launch, the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ were approved by Anatel: the cell phones received authorization to be sold in Brazil, being accompanied by a 25 W battery charger, S Pen with Bluetooth, headset and plastic cover. Both devices will be announced by Samsung next Wednesday (7).
Cesar Cardoso, from Mobile Penguins, found the models SM-N970F / DS and SM-N975F / DS in Anatel’s approval system, which correspond to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. The certification was released on July 29 for both phones.
Anatel documents do not yet include photos of the devices, but they do provide some details. Samsung explains to the agency that it will provide four accessories with appliances, including a 25 W charger (9 V / 2.77 A) which is also capable of operating at 15 W (5 V / 3 A).
Anatel has some pictures of this charger, model EP-TA800, with USB-C input:
Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ will have S Pen with Bluetooth
In addition, the company mentions a “Interactive pen” which was approved by Anatel because it is a radio transmission equipment: it has Bluetooth LE, as well as the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen, for remote controls.
We still have the Earphone, which has not been approved; this is probably a USB-C model from AKG, given that the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ will not have 3.5 mm audio input. The list ends with a “Plastic cover”, without further information.
List of Galaxy Note 10 accessories:
List of Galaxy Note 10+ accessories:
The only difference between the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ accessory lists is in the batteries: they were approved by Anatel, but the documents do not reveal the capacity. They are believed to have 3,600 mAh and 4,300 mAh, respectively.
As usual, Samsung is approving two models of each device. The Note 10 will come as SM-N970F / DS and SM-N970X / DS, but the latter is only for demonstration in stores, as “it has the transmission of mobile communication technologies, 2G, 3G and 4G, blocked via software”. It is the same for the Note 10+ and its models SM-N975F / DS and SM-N975X / DS.
Rumors say the Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch screen, Snapdragon 855 Plus or Exynos 9825 processor and a triple camera at the rear. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to feature a 6.8-inch screen, four sensors at the rear – including a ToF depth sensor – and microSD support, absent in the smaller model.
O Tecnoblog will be in New York to bring the news about the Galaxy Note 10 straight from the Samsung Unpacked event. There is still no forecast for launch in Brazil.