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Samsung now expected to launch four Galaxy Note 10 models

It has been normal for Samsung to launch two models of its flagship Galaxy S handsets for a few years. The company doubled that this year with four models of the Galaxy S10. They include the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G. A new report out of South Korea claims that Samsung will do the same for the Galaxy Note 10 this year.

Multiple models of the Galaxy Note 10 have already been expected. That’s because you’d think Samsung would offer a 5G version of its second flagship smartphone of the year. A recent report had claimed that Samsung was actually working on a smaller Galaxy Note 10.

As many as four Galaxy Note 10 models may be launched

It was reported that the smaller Galaxy Note 10 will try to replicate the success that Samsung has had with the Galaxy S10e. The cheapest Galaxy S10 model is a solid device, one that ticks all the boxes and holds its own in the lineup. The smaller Galaxy Note 10 model reportedly retains the Note 9’s 6.4-inch display while the other model gets bumped up to a 6.7-inch display.

Today’s report from South Korea says that Samsung has modeled its strategy for the Galaxy Note 10 after the Galaxy S10. This means that it may release up to four models of the device. It’s claimed that the two LTE models will have 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch displays with triple and quad camera systems respectively. These specs will remains the same for the other two models as their main differentiating factor would be support for 5G.

So it appears that the upcoming Note lineup might not differ as much in specs as the Galaxy S10 does. This report doesn’t mention if the battery capacity will be different on each model but that can be expected for the 5G variants.

None of this is set in stone at this point in time. This is also the first we’re hearing about a Galaxy Note 10 with a 6.28-inch display. So expect to hear more conflicting reports about Samsung’s phablet in the coming weeks before a more clear picture of what to expect emerges.

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Adenilton sousa
Adenilton sousa

Preço. Qual sera os valores

Steven9761
Steven9761

Surely, Samsung should concentrate a bit of effort into generic/bespoke software for the Note series, that can be pitched at the likes of delivery companies? Since the Note device is lighter and smaller than the Symbol devices, which are simply wifi-enabled PDA’s, they could do a deal with the likes of DHL, TNT, FEDEX, UPS, Royal Mail, Parcel force, etc, as well as other overseas postal services. That would just be the delivery sector covered. Perhaps closer cooperation with business users would see Samsung among the front runners of specialist tech for the commercial sector, which surely is the main… Read more »

regaber
regaber

“…commercial sector, which surely is the main target market of the Note devices?”
Er… nope?

crmlprnczz
crmlprnczz

Why get excited about the note 10 when the 11 will come out soon after? And will the 10 have the same features as the 9? I like the idea of the s pen being bluetooth for some reason.

dugryce
dugryce

I don’t care how many they release, as long as they get rid of these blasted holes in the screen! The Note 9 is the last Samsung I buy until I get all my screen real estate back!

superg05
superg05

unless two are foldable that’s to damn much

locarno
locarno

So Note 10 5G it will not be like S10 5G ?

locarno
locarno

“but that can be expected for the 5G variants.”

Why normal varaint can’t get bigger battery ?

daninbluemd
daninbluemd

I’m excited to get a Note 10 w/the larger screen to replace my old and still perfectly functioning Note 4 which I love. Now that the S10 has nearly as big a screen as the Note will reportedly have, I’d like to see the Note lineup differentiated with a removable battery (hence why I still have my GN4!). If Samsung thinks they can sell a smaller version go for it. I’d rather have a larger screen than the rumored 6.75″ and was excited @ the rumor of a foldable Note and thought that’s what this article was going to be… Read more »

ijazali
ijazali

This is insane. 4 models with note line up, i would expect two models to be normal but 4 is too much. Note line up is the kind that introduce new features in itself. 5G should be like the default of the next note.

derekfaircloth
derekfaircloth

I’ll be getting one as I have owned every note phone since the very first model.

martindale
martindale

Then you’ll have to buy four this time to keep up your record.

dwin89
dwin89

haha…

Biransahin
Biransahin

People seem to be getting excited about something that’s highly unlikely to happen. Just keeping the clickbait going until August. I imagine we’ll see a Note10 with and without 5g. That’s it. We shouldn’t forget that the Note is quite a specialist device, they normally only sell about 10 or 15 or million in total compared to 70 million or so S models. It probably will make no economic sense to make 4 models and then only sell 3 or 4 million of each.

Samcurve
Samcurve

i think globally at launch it will comes only in 2 size..

martindale
martindale

So there is hope of a flat screen Note, last seen (in Europe) on the Note 4. Please throw in an IR Blaster as well – there are still so many IR controlled projectors, aircon units, TVs etc in offices and hotel/conference rooms.

Saranan Majilya
Saranan Majilya

You will find IR blaster on new age manufacturer like Huawei and Xiaomi. Once sammy was in that position. Still my S5 works fine with peel.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Oh yeah, why not put a SCART connector on their as well! for the many non HD TVs out there!
Everything has been connecting to WiFi since 2014 and even before then. IR is old age tech now, it’ll jus be another excuse to drive up the price having an IR blaster on the device as well. There’s no need for it anymore.

martindale
martindale

No, you are just being silly with your SCART suggestion. But even taking it at face value to humour you, your suggestion does not add up. IR is used to control devices, and the majority that will be encountered in the course of the working day – projectors typically in meeting rooms, schools, hotel conference rooms, etc, as well as TVs (yes, even non HD) and aircon units, these are in the majority still controlled by IR. They never were controlled by SCART. But of course if you’ve never needed to turn on the projector in a business conference room,… Read more »

SAMgalaxyXXX
SAMgalaxyXXX

Oh dear!! If this is true more than one at Samsung’s mobile division have definitely started to lose the plot and the first indication is the amount of unnecessary A series coming this year together with all Samsung’s recent weird and unnecessary decisions. A shame indeed!! 😞

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

really don’t see the point of a 6.28 inch note. just keep it simple. a 4g and 5g and keep the camera and memory setup the same.

saves cost there is no reason for the smaller model as you can just have the s10

djcbs
djcbs

The S pen is the reason. However I don’t see the need for a smaller Note either, specially if it still sits over 6″…

warlockba
warlockba

Pfff …. only 4? I would have expected more from Samsung … they could have done 10 or more, even with incremental display sizes, by 0.1″ per model …

/sarcasm

PookiePrancer
PookiePrancer

Kind of pathetic that they’re going to milk 5G, when it should be a standard feature on the Note. There should be no watered-down version of a Note.

gentux
gentux

Is it really milking 5G or is it just as beta as the very first 4G phones were and Samsung doesn’t want to ruin the experience for everyone? Or what other reason the S10 5G is even bigger than the S10+? Given that and even under heavy load I wouldn’t call 4G outdated or slowing right now. I bet next year all the flagships will have 5G as default.

PookiePrancer
PookiePrancer

If the price is no more than $150 for comparable S10 models, I probably wouldn’t mind. But they’re probably going to tack another $200 on for ceramic build, $100-200 per higher storage level, $150 for 5G…. I can see the top model topping $2000.

Their playbook is open: in the US, they’ll make the prices seem “reasonable” by limiting available models/options on every carrier, just as they did with the S10.