It hasn’t been too long since Samsung launched its new Galaxy S10 line. And unlike previous years, there is a bunch of different S10s you can buy this year: there’s the regular S10, the S10+, the cheaper S10e, and the S10 5G.
And from the looks of things, the company could take a similar route with the Galaxy Note 10.
According to a new report from ETNews, Samsung plans to launch two different sizes of the Galaxy Note 10. The smaller variant will come with a 6.28-inch display, while the larger variant will come with a 6.75-inch variant. And yes, that’s basically the same display size but I’d imagine Samsung will differentiate both the variants in other ways, probably by putting more cameras and a slightly larger battery on the 6.75-inch variant.
But that’s not all, Samsung also plans on launching both the variants with LTE and 5G, so you will end up having to choose from four different variants of the Galaxy Note 10. And then there are the storage options and different color options, where Samsung usually doesn’t limit itself.
Samsung’s new Note 10 devices should launch sometime around August, so we will hopefully get to know more about these devices as we get closer to the release.