Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could come in two different versions


Samsung's year has just begun, the launch of the Galaxy S10, S10 + and S10e is only part of the Korean manufacturer's line-up. Over the next few months, the company will also present the new generation of business-oriented smartphones.

Should Samsung respect tradition, the new Galaxy Note 10 will arrive around August. The peculiar characteristics of the series will remain, like the multi-purpose Stylus, but certainly, the manufacturer will treasure the experience gained with the recent top of the range.

We can therefore expect the much discussed "hole" in the display and a photographic industry at the top, able to compete with the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. However, it seems that Samsung may have a surprise in store for consumers. This generation of Galaxy Note 10 could be characterized by two distinct models.

The rumor comes from some suppliers of the Korean giant that indicate how Samsung is trying to change its plans. Initially, there was only one Galaxy Note 10 equipped with the 6.7-inch AMOLED display and Quad HD resolution. It would be the same display also used for the Galaxy S10 in the 5G variant.

However, the attention of device users with smaller screens would have pushed Samsung to change its mind. To support this change there are also the interesting results of the Galaxy S10e.
Samsung could decide to use the Galaxy S10 + panels to create a device with a 6.4-inch screen. This diagonal would exactly coincide with that of the Galaxy Note 9, so it would not be a revolution in dimensions, but more a return to the origins.

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