After reports from Korean media last month, now another leak hints at a 6.66-inch 4K display for the next generation Galaxy Note 10. Last month, Korean newspaper The Bell reported that the Galaxy Note 10 – codenamed ‘DaVinci’ – will sport a 6.66-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 4K resolution and HDR support. It claimed that the information was shared by an insider in Samsung Mobile with Samsung Display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch is still a long away as Samsung will first launch the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and possibly a Galaxy S10 Lite next year at MWC 2019. Samsung usually launches Galaxy Note devices in the month of August, so it is quite early for the Galaxy Note 10 speculations.
Similar to previous rumors, new leak (via igeekphone) also cites unnamed Korean media sources for the Galaxy Note 10 screen size information. It reaffirms codename “DaVinci”, and 6.66-inch display size with 4K restitution for the Galaxy Note 10.
The report also speculates Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 SoC for the Galaxy Note 10, and hints at a starting price of around RMB 7499, which is roughly $1,077 or Rs 75,000. Samsung said to have only decided on the specifications of the Galaxy Note 10 early, since it is looking at longer development time. The longer development time is also said to relate with the objective to deliver a better product.
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Reports in Korean media also suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 name could just be a placeholder, and Samsung might change the naming scheme depending on how it names the Galaxy S10, which is set to launch first in 2019.