Samsung is widely expected to launch two different versions of the Galaxy Note 10 this summer, with each one getting a 5G version of its own. In total, four Note 10 variants will hit stores at some point in August, as Samsung is looking to replicate the sales success of the Galaxy S10 series. But what Samsung won’t do is repurpose the latest Galaxy S design for the new Note smartphones as it normally does, according to a trustworthy source.
The Galaxy Note 10 isn’t coming out until early August, but we’ve already seen plenty of leaks detailing its specs and features. We know, for example, that Samsung is making two differently sized Note models this year, and each one of them will have a 5G variant. That’s a first for the Note series, which was sold in a single size in previous years.
The Note also used to be Samsung’s biggest flagship, when it comes to screen size, but that’s no longer the case now that we have all-screen phone designs. The Galaxy S10 5G has a 6.7-inch display, which is 0.3 inches bigger than last year’s Note 9 screen. That said, a new leak reveals more details about the screens of the upcoming [...]
Samsung still has to deal with the fallout of its biggest flop since the Galaxy Note 7, though the Galaxy Fold disaster isn’t as big in scope. The company is also working on a bunch of new products. The next big thing is, of course, the Galaxy Note 10 that should be unveiled in less than three months, a phone that’s been detailed in several reports so far. The phone is expected to look a lot like the Galaxy S10 series when it comes to design, although it’ll still pack the Note’s remaining signature feature, the inclusion of the S Pen stylus. Recent rumors claimed that Samsung will make two distinct Note 10 version, and each one will also ship in a 5G variety. [...]
2018 saw Samsung release three of most boring flagship smartphones we’ve seen in years, and 2019 was supposed to be a complete reversal for the world’s top smartphone vendor. So far, however, things have been mixed. Samsung started out very strong in 2019, releasing three remarkable new smartphones that make up the Galaxy S10 series. The Galaxy S9 series phones had the same design as their predecessors and no compelling new features at all, but the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ were fresh and new, inside and out. Android fans loved Samsung’s new all-screen design and the big camera upgrade, and sales have reportedly been quite strong so far.