Samsung has been ruling the Android world for the past decade. Today, 6-inch on a phone screen could seem normal, but it was Samsung who upped the ante by introducing the revolutionary Samsung Galaxy Note which featured a 5.3-inch display back in 2011. Fast track to 2019, the S-Series launched four variants of the S10, which is further hinting at a probable launch of four variants for the Note 10.
Even though the S10 smartphones were announced two months ago, we have started getting details of what the mighty Note 10 could debut with. The most talked-about leak is the multiple models Samsung is pondering to launch, given the success of the S10 series.
Note 10s’ screen might sport a 6.28-inch and a 6.75-inch display, coupled with 12GB RAM and 1TB storage (the expensive version). It’ll be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 9820 SoC or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, depending on the market. Apart from the usual leak, it’s almost confirmed that two of the Note 10’s variants could be 5G clad models for faster connectivity. And to survive all of this, it’ll feature bigger batteries compared to the S10 (S10 5G has a 4500 mAh). The battery capacity might vary based on the variants.
On the camera front, the phablet is also expected to debut with dual front cameras, a first for Note series. On the back, we might get to see a quad-camera setup. While the three lenses could exactly be the same as S10’s (wide, telephoto and ultra wide), the fourth camera on the Galaxy Note 10 will likely be the ToF depth sensor for enhanced portrait mode, seen in the upcoming S10 5G.
There is no confirmation on the leaks so take every news with a grain of salt. We are four months away from the official launch so a lot might get added and dismissed. Stay tuned for some interesting updates on the upcoming Note 10.