Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Come in 4 Variants, 2 Display Sizes: Report

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Come in 4 Variants, 2 Display Sizes: Report

Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 10 in the latter part of the year

Highlights
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to come in two LTE, two 5G variants
  • The display sizes are tipped to be a 6.28-inch, 6.75-inch
  • The Galaxy Note 10 variants will sport triple, quad camera setups

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 flagship is reported to come in multiple models, just like the Galaxy S10 series. A fresh report suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 will come in four variants, and the vanilla variant will be modelled with the same strategy as the Galaxy S10. The four models will include two LTE models and two 5G models. The display sizes on all the Galaxy Note 10 four variants will be at 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch. The 6.28-inch variant is tipped to be a product shaped after seeing Galaxy S10e's success.

ETNews cites industry sources to report that the Galaxy Note 10 will also come in four variants, just like its Galaxy S10 series launched in February. The display sizes on the LTE variants will be at 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch. The phones will sport triple rear and quad rear camera setups respectively. The report says that there will be two 5G models as well, and they won't differ much from the LTE models, apart from the faster connectivity. However, we expect the 5G variants to pack bigger batteries.

The report says that Samsung looks to launch the Galaxy Note 10 in multiple models to maximise sales volume, and attract more purchases. The smaller size in display is touted to be a decision made after the success of the Galaxy S10e, something that was reported by another South Korean publication last week. The idea is essentially to offer users a smartphone with a smaller display and a cheaper price tag, without stripping down many features. Samsung would want to offer the same with its Galaxy Note series as well, and thus a new variant with a 6.28-inch display.

Of course, it's very early in the year to give any Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumours too much thought. We recommend you to take this one rather lightly.

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