It's not been five minutes since the launch of the Galaxy S10, and we don't even have the 5G version of that yet, let alone the upcoming Galaxy Fold. Nonetheless, Samsung's got another handset on the way – the Note 10 – and we've got some new details courtesy of SamMobile.
The site got hold of the model numbers for the Note 10, which reveal that there'll be two variants of the phone itself and each variant will have a 5G version, making four variants overall:
SM-N970 and SM-N975 will be the two main models of the Galaxy Note 10. You can expect differences in the screen size and other specs as well. A recent report out of South Korea had suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 will be available with 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch displays. These models were also said to receive triple and quad camera systems respectively. It’s unclear if the battery capacity may differ as well but that remains a possibility.
It sounds like the two main Galaxy Note 10 models will be the SM-N970 and SM-N975, and they'll be joined by the SM-N971 and SM-N976, which will be the same phones with the addition of 5G.
Of course, the 5G ones will most likely only go on sale in markets that will have a decent 5G network by the time it launches, so we won't see them everywhere. That said, the UK 5G network has already started rolling out (slowly...) and it'll be available in a good few places by the time of the likely launch in a few months' time, so hopefully we'll see the 5G variants on these shores.
That's all the news we have about the Galaxy Note 10 for the time being, but we're always down for a bit of excited speculation – what would you like to see from the next Note? Let us know in the comments. You never know, Samsung might be listening.
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