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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may feature 19:9 screen, reflects benchmark

15 May 2019 3

Out of some upcoming flagship phones of this year, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is going to be the one which we may see coming in August. There are so many speculations available on the internet already which tell what you could expect from the device and now more tidbits are following.

According to what is spotted in the HTML5 test database, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 screen will match the Galaxy S10’s 19:9 aspect ratio. One of the models of the Galaxy Note 10 (model number SM-N976V) has been spotted on the benchmark and going by the resolution, the pixel densities can be estimated, which means 536ppi is for the standard Galaxy Note 10 models and the 498ppi for the Pro model. Except these, the listing doesn’t reflect anything else but we do have many things from the past to remind you here.

The Galaxy Note 10 standard model is expected to feature a 6.28-inch screen and the Pro model will go up to 6.75-inch. The two models will come in 4G and 5G versions as well. Also, according to a recent report, the Galaxy Note 10 will not feature the latest ISOCELL 64MP Bright camera sensor. The 4G variant of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro is rumored to have a 4,500mAH battery. The models of the Galaxy Note 10 are expected to feature a buttonless design, something which a couple of Chinese manufacturers have adopted. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to feature quad rear cameras, something that the Galaxy S10 5G model came up with.

We will soon receive many more leaks to shape up the Galaxy Note 10 story and to tell you what you can expect. So stay tuned, as we are pretty much away from the launch of the device.



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