Earlier this year, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 lineup which featured four different models. And now word on the street is that the Galaxy Note 10 may follow the same path.
According to a report from ETNews, Samsung is planning on launching not just one model of the Galaxy Note 10 later this year. The publication states that Samsung is going to release four models: two of which will have LTE connectivity, while the other two will boast 5G access. What’s more, for the first time ever, Samsung is going to launch two different screen sizes with a new Galaxy Note phablet.
The publication states that Samsung will launch one Galaxy Note 10 with a 6.28-inch display, while the other will boast a 6.75-inch display. The other key differentiator between the two variants will be the rear cameras. Samsung will reportedly include a triple camera on the back of the smaller Galaxy Note 10, while the larger model will have four cameras on the back.
Other than these pretty big differentiators, the other features between the two handsets will reportedly be the same.
Finer details are still unknown. However, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 in August last year so we don’t have too much longer to wait before its successor gets the official unveiling. Plus, the rumor mill should answer plenty of questions along the way.