Samsung will release two Galaxy Note 10 versions in 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro versionLater this year, Samsung will not only release a Galaxy Note 10 but also the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Claiming a reliable source with knowledge about both smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro version leaked out

In the Galaxy S series, several devices appear every year, this time along with the Galaxy S10 also a Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e. Now it seems that Samsung will repeat this trick for the Galaxy Note series. According to IceUniverse, a generally reliable telecom insider, the manufacturer is working on both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

The basic model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, is expected to have a 6.3-inch screen. Sources also claim that the device has three cameras on the back. Just like with the Galaxy S10, it is probably a combination of a regular camera with a wide-angle and telephoto lens. The model number of this variant would be SM-N970.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro with model number SM-N975 is equipped with a slightly larger screen of 6.8 inches. There is also an extra camera on the back. What the fourth lens is used for is unknown. It may be a Time of Flight sensor, such as on the Huawei P30 Pro. Further specifications of both smartphones are still missing.

The 5G variant in the making

Moreover, in some countries, even a third and fourth variant appears, with 5G support. The question is whether this Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5G and Note 10 5G will also be released in the United States. Dutch providers do not expect to be able to offer a 5G network until the beginning of 2020 at the earliest. Chances are that manufacturers will release smartphones with 5G support here before the technology works.

Samsung usually presents its new Galaxy Note series in August, after which they will be available in stores from September. If the manufacturer continues the planning of the past years, the successor of the Galaxy Note 9 will be presented in a little less than four months.

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