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A recent report teases an upcoming Samsung smartphone that will be its most creative device this year. It's not the Note10.
Recent reports are speculating about the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro/Plus, changes in storage, and camera departments.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10, specifically its Verizon 5G variant, could have a 19:9 aspect ratio display, according to recent benchmark results.
According to recent reports, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10, the autumn flagship, will feature faster than 25W fast charging.
An image of a battery popped up and it is believed to be the future juice pack that will power the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10+, or Note10 Pro.
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg not only confirmed that there will be a Galaxy Note10 on the network, but also said it will have 5G.
There will be four Samsung Galaxy Note10 models, according to this recent report, which tries to anticipate what the chaebol is planning.
A recent report is talking about the possibility of seeing a keyless Galaxy Note10, as Samsung is reportedly preparing to ditch physical buttons.
At the end of the day, the Galaxy Note10 could be just a Galaxy S10 5G with an S-Pen. Check out the Galaxy Note10 specs from this report!
A 5G Galaxy Note10 could very well be on the table as an option later this year. Kernel source data indicates its planned existence.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 is still far out, but we're already starting to hear rumors about the phone, like this one suggesting four rear cameras.