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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G model confirmed by Verizon CEO

25 April 2019 3

Even though it was technically already known, Verizon CEO has officially confirmed that there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G variant this year. He made the revelation during Verizon's Q1 2019 quarterly earnings call where he was talking about all the 5G phones that will be supported by the carrier.

In the call, he said, "The Note and the Galaxy coming this year will both have 5G." Since Samsung has already launched the Galaxy S10 5G variant, the next device in line will undoubtedly be the next Galaxy Note phablet. Considering the trend so far, Samsung should be calling it the Galaxy Note 10. The official unveiling should happen in the second half of the year and around August or September.

Samsung has always marketed Galaxy Note phablets as devices for power users. It means with Note, it tends to pack in all the best features and technologies that it can. This makes it more plausible that the Galaxy Note 10 will indeed be offering 5G support but since the connectivity is currently limited, there will be 4G LTE variants as well.

As per recent reports, Samsung is said to launch a total of four Galaxy Note 10 variants including two 4G LTE and two 5G models. The two models will vary in the display size and camera setup. One will be offering 6.28-inch display and triple rear cameras and another one will offer a 6.75-inch display with quadruple rear cameras.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G model confirmed by Verizon CEO
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ParcyJac
ParcyJac

Even if an official confirmation was needed, still, it was a formality, I'll say. The next flagship from Samsung is going to be the Note series, obviously with 5G.

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