The Samsung Galaxy S10 kicked off the Samsung mobile phone’s series of launches this year. It was thought that the folding screen Galaxy Fold could take them to the next level. But the folding screen flipped over, as it has faced too many issues till now and there’s no clear cut launch date in sight. So they had to refocus their attention on their upcoming powerful products, such as the A series, Note series. Now recently some Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders are out. But is this the real deal?
Galaxy Note 10: What we know till now?
Now, reputed Tech publication PhoneArena has released a set of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders. The overall shape of the phone is very radical. The screen to body ratio is more than 95% this time around. In addition to continuing to narrow the left and right borders and chin, they have also reduced the pinhole size. The punch hole in the screen is located at a position above the centre of the screen. This would definitely be a more unique design which looks more symmetrical.
The biggest highlight on the back is the vertical camera on the upper left, and the four cameras on the rear. This design doesn’t make clear whether the big size is to leave more room for a larger capacity battery. But that seems rather likely!
According to the information available online, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be available in 6.5-inch and 6.7-inch models. The camera specifications are the same and both will sport the fingerprint sensor under the screen module. The difference is that the 6.7-inch model is equipped with a rear TOF lens among the two models. Mass production will begin in the middle of Q3 in 2019 (August), and shipments are expected to be from 13 to 15 million in 2019.
Galaxy Note 10 launch and specifications
According to the release date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 before, Note 10 will be released at the end of August and early September maybe. Samsung will use it to attack the new iPhone model, and the latter will be released in mid-September.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will support the new 5G network. The international version would come equipped with the Snapdragon 855 processor + X50 baseband modem. While the Korean version and APAC version would continue using Samsung’s own Exynos processor and its own 5G baseband.
This was all we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for now. Are you guys excited about this device? What do you think would the price for such a device be like? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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