Samsung is preparing a smaller variant of Galaxy Note 10. Thanks to a recent South Korean media report, we now know that apparently, Samsung is working in a unique way on the 2019 Galaxy Note series. Samsung intends to launch another low-cost variant of Galaxy Note 10 that will be smaller in size, similar to what we’ve seen recently in the S-series flagship Galaxy S10e variant.
Samsung is preparing a smaller variant of Galaxy Note 10
As you know, the most affordable of Samsung’s early 2019 flagships is highly admired by the media and consumers, so Samsung is apparently trying to give it another try with its Galaxy Note series.
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While the South Korean tech giant kept its numbering sequence alive for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, the idea of naming the next Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be abandoned. If the company goes along with a similar idea, though, then Galaxy Note10e would be the name of the next affordable note.
The Bell reports that the mysterious second telephone Note 10 from Samsung will initially be launched on European markets. The smaller note would have a display of 6.4 inches, while the base variant would have a screen size of 6.7 inches. The site also notes that there will be four rear camera sensors in the base variant of Note 10 while the smaller model will rely on three cameras on the back.
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The South Korean media also reports that the world’s largest telephone manufacturer has already supplied the parts from its suppliers, but these are all just rumours for now. It is also said that Note 10 could have two variants, one regular and one 5 G, which will be available later this year.
Regardless of what Note 10 is going to be called, we can fairly guess that it will launch either in this year’s August or September. As you know, last year, the company announced the device on August 9 with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and on August 24 the phones were on store shelves. It sounds like for this year’s Note we’ll see a similar timeline.