Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ passes SIRIM certification

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Samsung’s big and beautiful Galaxy Note 10 series is launching globally next week. As seen with other Galaxy flagship device launches in recent years, Malaysia will be one of the first countries in the world to receive the new device. This is confirmed with a thumbs up from SIRIM, as reported by SoyaCincau.com.

Like the Galaxy S10 series before this, the Galaxy Note 10 series will comprise several variants including the regular Note 10, Note 10+ and a Note 10 5G. The first to appear on SIRIM bears the model number SM-975F/DS, confirmed to be the Galaxy Note 10+.

The device comes with a hybrid dual-SIM slot and it will support Wireless Power Transfer, like the Galaxy S10 series. It also supports faster 802.11b/g/n/ax Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth.

Like the Galaxy Note9, the S Pen will come with Bluetooth support.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ SIRIM
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The Galaxy Note 10 features the most radical redesign of the famous stylus-totting series yet, with a near-bezel-less display with a centre-mounted punch-hole camera. It’s also the biggest Note yet, sporting a 6.8-inch AMOLED display.

It is expected to offer a minimum of 256GB of storage and will feature a quad-camera system.

The Galaxy Unpacked event will be taking place at 4AM MYT, 8 August 2019. To stay updated with local availability, you can register your interest on Samsung Malaysia’s website.

Header image: @rquandt

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