South Korean technology giant left no stone unturned this year to make sure that its tenth-anniversary edition flagship smartphones left its fans impressed. It went as far as launching four smartphones in its flagship range including Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 5G. So it comes as no surprise that the company is working to launch two variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 10. At least that is what the latest report says.
According to a report in ETNews, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, will be available in two different screen sizes, and both will come with LTE. There will also be a 5G version of the flagship tablet. The report says that Galaxy Note 8 will be available in 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes. With this, we can say that the South Korean technology giant is trying to make as big a phablet as it possibly can.
The smaller of the two devices will come with a 6.28-inch display and would be between 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 and 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus. The larger among the two will sport a 6.75-inch screen and would be somewhere close to the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone, which is set to go on pre-orders soon.
According to ETNews, Samsung is planning to launch the smartphones of both the sizes with standard LTE and 5G, which basically means that there could be four total versions of Samsung Galaxy Note 10. However, we must add that four is the count that we have reached before counting the storage options of the upcoming device.
Furthermore, the report also claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s 5G model will come with four rear cameras. It is being speculated that the fourth one among these will be a time-of-flight sensor that is also present on Samsung Galaxy S10’s 5G variant.
It is a deviation from Samsung’s usual strategy to launch two display variants of its Note phablet. But since it is the tenth-anniversary edition of the Note series, we can fully expect Samsung to take a different route. Going by its history, Samsung will most likely launch its Galaxy Note 10 phablet in August this year.
Even with the Galaxy S10’s launch, the South Korean technology giant did change its strategy and launched four instead of two smartphones. In fact, the company this year went a step ahead and even launched its foldable handset – Samsung Galaxy Fold.