Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Standard Test Hints to its Display Design​

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is only going to be launched at the beginning of the month of August, but the internet has been invaded with numerous leaks regarding its features and specifications. What we know is that Samsung is releasing two different sizes of the Note models, each having a 5G version.

A new leak unveils more details concerning the screen of the expected Note 10 series.

An HTML5 standard test for a smartphone whose title was SM-N976V which is thought to be the 5G version of the Note 10 Pro, unveils the device has a display resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels. The wider Note 10 variants will come with a 6.75-inch screen, and the smaller ones will have a 6.28-inch display, the report discloses.

The resolution implies the device will come with an aspect ratio of 19:9, which means that the screen will be even wider than ever before, as the Galaxy Note 9 comes with a 6.4-inch screen, with an aspect ratio of 18:5:9. However, this Samsung move is not a surprising one, as the company proceeded to do the same move with the Galaxy S10 models this year. This year’s series got a new 19:9 Infinity-O displays, an enhancement from the prior 18:5:9 Infinity screens of the S9’s.

What we get from this is the possibility that the Galaxy Note 10 will probably come with a display much like the Samsung Galaxy S10. An Infinity knothole display is also most likely going to be attributed to the Note 10 generation. However, nothing was officially confirmed by the company.

A Samsung inside man taunted the fact that Note 10 smartphones will come with a different display design but centered on the screen’s margin display. The insider also commented saying that Samsung is one of these companies which might reveal advanced smartphone designs in the second part of the year, but he did not refer to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in a clear manner.

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