Samsung teases its upcoming ‘flagship’ smartphone in a video

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A new report surfaced today claiming that the specs of the wireless charger of the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus have been leaked.

With the new wireless power share feature, Samsung is trying to deliver 20W reverse charging capacity to its new phone.

During the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, the company showcased a 45W PD solution which aligned with previous rumours of the new Note line supporting faster wired charging speeds.

Among other developments, the latest video teaser of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been released by the Samsung Indonesia Twitter account. The video teaser highlights the enterprise-centric features of the Galaxy Note 10.

Samsung's video focuses on the needs of a professional - the video suggests that you can edit or create presentations using the DeX capabilities of the Galaxy Note 10.

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Samsung is due to declare its preliminary quarterly earnings on Friday when it greatly expected to flag a drop in profits due to a reduction in chip prices.

What is concrete at this moment is that the company will have an event on August 7 in NY, which is most likely an announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

For those unaware, Samsung DeX is an accessory sold with premium Galaxy devices, allowing users to have a desktop-like environment by connecting a keyboard, mouse, and monitor. At the end of the video, we see the S-Pen over a camera sensor, which is identical to the press invitation image of the Galaxy Note 10.

The new wireless coil will supposedly come with the EP-N5200 model number as detailed previously in the FCC listing.

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