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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G coming up - Exynos code suggests

13 March 2019 3

While Samsung did set a high bar with its latest flagship presented in the shape of Galaxy S10, it would be quite interesting to see how the upcoming flagship in the Note lineup i.e Galaxy Note 10 would perform compared to its S-series counterpart.

While the Galaxy Note 10 hasn’t been announced yet, we’re already hearing a lot about it in the form of speculations, rumors in various reports getting surfaced online. While some reports suggest it to have a 6.66-inch 4k display, some talk about its quad-core camera setup. Now in the latest update regarding Galaxy Note 10, developers at XDA forum have found out a hint towards Note 10 in the code of Exynos Chipset that powered Galaxy S10.


A mention of 5G Note 10 as hinted by the code is quite interesting. A recent report suggests Note 10 to have a codename ‘davinci’ and while digging inside the Exynos chipset code, we get to see a mention of davinci5G. How interesting is that? The code basically determines which camera drivers should be initiated based upon the phone the chipset is working in and there is a mention of other models of Galaxy S10 like

"beyond0" is the Galaxy S10e, "beyond1" is the Galaxy S10, while "beyond2" is the Galaxy S10+ and "beyondx" is the Galaxy S10 5G.”

Intersingingly, there is a mention of another smartphone with codename ‘luge’ which could be a reference to another foldable smartphone that Samsung might be working on as that doesn’t point to Galaxy Fold which has a codename ‘winner’.

Are you excited for the launch of Galaxy Note 10? Let us know in the comment section below.

(last update 21 September 2019 @ 08:32)

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G coming up - Exynos code suggests
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AliceSmith
AliceSmith

This story was expected to show up sometime. The Galaxy S10 5G is going to hit the markets this year itself. So this beginning had to happen some day.

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