Samsung is making it big this year with three already launched smartphones, and another upcoming one. The new Samsung device, which is supposedly called the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 because it comes after Note 9, is expected to be released sometime this year, and rumors about it are already flooding the internet.
Note phones are the highlight among Samsung’s ultra-luxurious line, although Samsung has a couple of premium models that come a long way. The first Galaxy Note was released in 2011, and the devices were typically equipped with an expensive screen, a smart stylus called S Pen and first-rate hardware. With other words, Samsung’s elites are the Note devices.
However, until Samsung decides to reveal the launch date and specs of the new device, read below the rumors about the Galaxy Note 10 that we heard about.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – Rumors, Specs and Everything Else
A 6.66-inch display
According to the technology blog site igeekphone, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 device could have the biggest screen, namely of 6.66 inches. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be the size of the Note 9, but still, have a more prominent display (Note 9 has a 6.4-inch screen).
Two or four Note 10 models?
The Galaxy S10 has four different models of itself – S10, S10 Plus, S10E, and Galaxy S10 5G – so it won’t come as a surprise if Samsung would make more variants for the Note 10.
A 6.28-inch Galaxy Note 10 and a larger 6.75-inch device are the versions rumored around the internet, the South Korean news site ETNews read. Other versions with LTE or 5G connectivity are also hypothesized, so it grants a total of four Note 10 models.
No physical buttons on Galaxy Note 10
According to ETNews, the new Note 10 might not have buttons at all, employing Force Touch technology, developed by NDT, to incorporate screen buttons underneath the display.
ETNews also speculates that Samsung will apply keyless design to other Galaxy models, besides the Note 10.
The S Pen could have an incorporated camera
Note 9’s embedded stylus got new features, and it can remotely trigger the phone camera’s shutter, so the rumors say that the phone is not the only one getting updates.
According to tech blog Patently Mobile, Note 10’s S Pen could have an integrated camera. The rumors continue saying that the company has filed a patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office for an “electric pen device” that is “mounted on electronic devices, such as smartphones.”
Four rear cameras on Galaxy Note 10
Note 10 could have four cameras on the back, just like the Galaxy S10, 5G, tech blog site Sam Mobile wrote. A quad-camera would look good on Note 10 despite the tenuous evidence. The Note series is commonly Samsung’s most premium line, so the company would most likely be consistent with designing Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with the most tech.
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