Galaxy S fans who follow Samsung rumors closely already have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the Galaxy S10 series that’s due in early February. Samsung’s tenth anniversary Galaxy S phone will feature a new Infinity-O screen and a bunch of exciting features. The phone will come in up to four versions in certain markets, including the 5G version that’s going to be released at some point in the first half of 2019. A new leak gives us the exact screen sizes for these devices, as well as the Galaxy Note 10 size. And yes, you can expect the Note 10 to be even bigger than the 5G Galaxy S10.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was only released a few months ago, but Samsung is already working on a follow-up. Not much is known about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 just yet, but we do have a few details.
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Even though the Galaxy Note 9 launched just a few months ago, the first Note 10 rumors are already here. A few days ago, a report from Korea said that Samsung is considering removing the headphone jack from flagship devices, with the Note 10 or Galaxy S11 supposed to be the first to follow in Apple’s footsteps (despite the fact that Samsung ruthlessly mocked Apple for ditching the headphone jack). Now, a new report from a Samsung insider brings us another exciting detail about the Note 10, one that seems to further confirm earlier rumors.
Samsung just released the new Galaxy Note 9 a few weeks ago, but it’s understandable that Samsung fans are already thinking about next year’s new Note phone. It’s not that the Note 9 is a bad phone, of course. In fact, the exact opposite is true — it’s a fantastic phone and is easily one of the best Android handsets money can buy right now. As we discussed thoroughly in our Galaxy Note 9 review though, the problem with the Note 9 isn’t power or performance. The problem is the fact that the Galaxy Note 9 uses almost the exact same design as last year’s Galaxy Note 8, and it doesn’t offer many compelling new features to warrant an upgrade to a [...]