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Samsung may launch Galaxy Note 10 Pro alongside the regular model| Rumor

15 April 2019 3

It is pretty much confirmed Samsung will be releasing a flagship phablet later this year. The device will be dubbed as Galaxy Note 10. Today the well-known tipster @UniverseIce claimed there will be Pro variant of Note 10 as well. The Note 10 Pro will debut alongside the flagship model.

The track record of @UniverseIce is pretty good as far as leaks are a concern. Still, we will recommend taking this info with a pinch of salt. Unfortunately, it is still in the dark what to expect from the Pro model in terms of design and hardware.


The tipster only mentions "Note10 Pro", the rest of the info is still in the dark. Another important aspect is we had been hearing about more than one variant of Note 10 for quite some time but the naming was in the dark.

From what we heard so far the base model will have 6.66-inches display whereas the top-tier model will have 6.75-inches. All other hardware changes are still in the dark. Whether the Pro variant will come with 5G connectivity or top of the line hardware, it is still a mystery.

We even heard rumors the company could launch four variants of Note 10 like the S10 lineup. This year Samsung launched four variants of S10 series including S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G. The rumors are still in the early stage, we can expect more details will appear in the coming days. Stay tuned.


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