Galaxy Note 10 aspect ratio could be 19:9, what else is new?
There’s some information out today about the Galaxy Note 10 aspect ratio which won’t surprise you one bit. The device has seemingly surfaced on an HTML5Test browser benchmark and spilled the beans about its aspect ratio. If you have been paying attention to Samsung’s latest flagship series, you’d know that the Galaxy S10 already features a 19:9 display.
Samsung moved to tall displays with the Galaxy S8 series. They had an increased aspect ratio of 18.5:9. The company pushed it even further with the Infinity-O display on the Galaxy S10 series. It’s able to stretch the display by placing the front camera in a hole inside the actual panel.
Browser benchmark possibly reveals Galaxy Note 10 aspect ratio
An HTML5Test result for the SM-N976V has now been spotted. We have already confirmed the Galaxy Note 10 model numbers exclusively. There will be two main models – the SM-N970 and SM-N975 – while the SM-N971 and SM-N976 will simply be their 5G variants. This particular model number would be for a Verizon-bound 5G Galaxy Note 10. Recent rumors suggest that the two models will be called the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
The screen size mentioned in this Galaxy Note 10 pro benchmark is 412 x 869 px which points at a 19:9 aspect ratio 6.4-inch display. This shouldn’t be treated as a confirmation of the display size for the larger Galaxy Note 10. It’s far from it, actually. The only thing it indicates is the presence of a 19:9 aspect ratio display. The jury’s still out on the display sizes for the two Galaxy Note 10 models. Rumor has it that they will feature 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch displays.
We saw the exact same thing happen with the Galaxy S10 series as well. The aspect ratio was revealed by this very browser benchmark. So don’t read too much into this for the display sizes. However, we can certainly expect to hear more about the Galaxy Note 10 in the coming weeks.