Samsung is known to be preparing its newest flagship, the Galaxy Note 10. The latest rumours circulating say that the giant smartphone vendor from South Korea will present the Galaxy Note 10 in four variants at once which is distinguished by screen size and 4G LTE or 5G connectivity.
The two models of the Galaxy Note 10 4G LTE are rumoured to come with a 6.28-inch screen and 6.75-inch screen, possibly having the name of the Galaxy Note 10e and Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Both are claimed to have three or four main cameras.
While the other two models are variants of the Galaxy Note 10 which support 5G connectivity. For the camera and screen specifications reportedly similar to the two 4G LTE models.
Quoting Phone Arena, the four variants of the Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 5100 chipset with 5G or Exynos 9825, along with up to 12GB RAM and up to 1TB of storage media.
Previous leaks mentioned, the Galaxy Note 10 will carry keyless technology alias without physical buttons. Instead, Samsung is reportedly preparing a control technology through touch.
Like the previous Galaxy Note line, all variants of the Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped with an S Pen stylus.
Samsung is rumoured to be releasing the Galaxy Note 10 this August. It is estimated that this brand-new flagship line will be priced at prices starting at $1,000 (N360,000 naira) to $1,250 (N450,000 naira).