The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is launching next week and the latest flagship smartphone with an S Pen has already gotten the green light from SIRIM. This is an indication that the Galaxy Note 10 device will be coming to Malaysia very soon.
At the moment, only one device is spotted on the SIRIM which carries the model number SM-975F/DS. From the listing, it confirms that this will be a dual-SIM device and it supports Wireless Power Transfer, similar to the Galaxy S10 series. The device will also support faster 802.11ax WiFi and the S Pen also comes with Bluetooth support as well just like the Galaxy Note 9.
The device with the model number SM-N975F/DS is definitely the Galaxy Note 10+ with a hybrid dual-SIM slot and this was confirmed via a product page that appeared briefly on Samsung’s UK site.
From what we know so far, the Galaxy Note 10+ is the biggest Galaxy Note smartphone yet with a 6.8″ AMOLED display that comes with a centre-mounted punch-hole. The device is expected to come with a minimum of 256GB storage and it will feature a quad-camera setup.
If you want to be the first to know about the Galaxy Note 10, you can register your interest on Samsung Malaysia’s website. You can watch the Galaxy Unpacked event live at 4AM on 8th August Malaysian time. We expect pre-orders to be available in Malaysia as early as next week.