Samsung will be unveiling its new Galaxy Note 10 smartphone next month, which will be found in two variants: the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ handsets. We should expect internal storage to range right up to a huge 1TB.
The new reports on the Galaxy Note 10 tease that it will pack a huge 12GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage, so if you throw in 5G connectivity the next-gen Note 10 5G will have it all: 1TB storage, 12GB of RAM and 5G connectivity. The normal non-5G models of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ versions will offer 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage models with 4G LTE connectivity, the 5G model should most likely ship with the largest battery, too.
Samsung is reportedly not including a microSD card slot on any of the Note 10 and Note 10+ models, a disappointment considering the previous-gen Note handsets had a microSD card slot and it was a big deal being able to expand the storage by such a large percentage. Although, I can see Samsung pushing the new Note 10 handsets (especially with the 5G model) to use the cloud more thanks to their surely fastest-phone-ever speed and already large storage.
1TB is enough for most people, let's face it... and anything more is insane to take around with you thanks to the cloud. But, there are lots of people who love having 1TB+ of storage to take around with them, so the inclusion of a microSD card slot would make the new Note 10 (and again, especially the 5G model) a hot item for enthusiasts and business people on-the-go.