Now that Samsung has launched the Galaxy S10 series (comprising four devices), rumors have begun flowing in for its second flagship, dubbed the Galaxy Note 10. The latest one hints at the number of variants the Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to get.
According to a report by ETNews, the Galaxy Note 10 (following the lead of the Galaxy S10) is expected to have four variants: two 4G and two 5G with support for the Note series’ proprietary S Pen.
The 4G models are likely to come with a screen size of 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch, respectively.
While the bigger variant could come with four rear cameras, the smaller version might have a triple-camera setup at the back.
The 5G variants are expected to share the same specs and features as the 4G versions, except for the 4G connectivity.
While details regarding the Galaxy Note 10 are still unavailable, the smartphones are expected to be priced much like the Galaxy S10 series.
It is suggested that Samsung’s aim to launch multiple versions of its flagship smartphone is to generate more sales and more demand by introducing high-end smartphones at affordable prices as well.
The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to make its official entry in August this year. Therefore, stay tuned to this space for more information.
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