The most waited and anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would be launched in a few months. The new flagship will have similar design elements like the Galaxy S 10 series started in February. According to many leaks, Samsung will keep the all-screen design that we see on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, but the aspect ratio will be rethought and the position of the hole-punch for the selfie camera.
New Leaks and Information About the Design Changes Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would sport
The information gathered some precious data about the Galaxy Note 10 and its changes. We can expect to see a taller model of the next Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and 19:9 aspect ratio screen. That means that the upcoming Note phone will be larger than the series.
Also, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have the One UI interface for straightforward use of Android device with larger displays. The operating system is full of interface elements for a regular basis interaction, and it is rumored that the Infinity-O display design from Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e will be seen on the Galaxy Note 10.
More Details About Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro
However, if we look at all the handsets, they all have that small positioned small pinhole for the front-facing camera. In that way, the phones don’t need a sizeable border around the screen. But the plans with the Galaxy Note 10 will be to move the hole-punch right in the center of the display. If the icons and symbols for the Galaxy S10 were shifted into the middle of the screen, at the new model of Note 10, you would see them at their usual placement.
Finally, Galaxy Note 10 will support a 6.28 inches display, with 1441×3040 pixels, and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be more significant, with a 6.75 inches display, and 1440×3040 pixels resolution. Both versions of Galaxy Note 10 will support 4G and 5G network.
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