It is still too early to hear anything about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series and with the success of Galaxy S10 series, Samsung is expected to use the same strategy of rolling out different models with varying aesthetics at a varying price range to cover a wider audience. Apparently, SamMobile learned about two new model numbers that are alleged of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.
According to the said report, two new model numbers have come up i.e. SM-N970 and SM-N975 which is apparently for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. But there’s more. The report further adds two more model numbers that are SM-N971 and SM-N976 claimed to be for respective 5G models of the base Note 10 and Note 10+ series suspecting the alleged progressive model numbers.
Therefore, based on what we know so far and what we could confer, there are at least two LTE enabled Galaxy Note models with their respective 5G models that will be launched this summer. Based on a previous report, Galaxy Note 10 will carry a massive 6.28-inch AMOLED display while the larger Note 10+ will sport 6.75-inch displays each carrying triple and quadruple camera set up at the back and the front possibly with a punch hole front camera cut out.
Moving further, Samsung usually adds the Letter ‘F’ after the said model number for smartphones to sell in global markets while a ‘0’ is added for Chinese units without any Google Services and finally, ‘/DS’ is added at the end of said model numbers for smartphones with dual SIM capabilities.
As of now, we are still in the early phase on receiving any rumors and leaks on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. The Galaxy S10 Series sported the latest Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820 octa-core SoC made up using 7nm manufacturing process so we could see the same specs with the Note 10 series as well with internal storage going as high as 1TB and RAM could go as high as 12GB.
Finally, 5G enabled Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will sport either Snapdragon X50 5G modem or the upcoming Snapdragon X55 5G modem which is currently under development while an Exynos 5G modem could be released in certain countries as well.
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