The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be the largest Samsung yet, besides the Fold
Even though there seem to be quite a few problems around the official release of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the company’s fans still have something to eagerly wait for, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. In the last couple of years, the South Korean company launched its flagship devices in the summer, so it’s safe to assume we only have to wait a few months longer before we can see the new gadget. Rumor has it that this will be the largest Samsung smartphone yet, besides the Samsung Galaxy Fold, naturally, with a 6,66-inch display. It’s not quite clear how much the larger display will affect the overall size of the device. With thinner bezels, it could actually be the same size as its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9.
Naturally, just like any other Note device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be packed with the latest technology. The handset will most likely sport a Snapdragon 855 chipset, probably combined with at least 8GB of RAM (possibly even 12GB), and up to 512GB internal storage. It’s highly likely that there will be a 5G version of the smartphone, even if the base model won’t be a 5G one. Speaking of base- and other models, according to the latest rumors, Samsung might launch more than one Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The company did release a greater number of S series devices this year, so this would actually make sense.
Other rumored features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 include the main camera setup consisting of no less than four cameras, a huge, 4.300mAh battery that will hopefully not explode, and a built-in fingerprint reader. Some even say that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have no buttons whatsoever. Instead, users could control the smartphone by squeezing its edges with different degrees of force in order to make the phone perform different actions.
The S Pen that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could also get a huge upgrade. According to some, the accessory could have its own camera. Whether this is absolutely necessary or not, users will decide. The Note 9’s S Pen could already trigger the smartphone’s camera, so if the pen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have its own camera no one will truly be surprised. While the Galaxy Note 10 will probably not be quite as expensive as the Fold, it probably won’t be too far off either. Samsung’s Note series devices are never cheap, then again, they are filled with the best technology one can build in smartphones.