During the Unpacked event in late February, Samsung introduced four Galaxy S10 models with different screen sizes and features. Now, a new report suggests that the Korean brand’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 will launch in two different display sizes.
As reported by ETNews, the Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly be available in two display sizes, 6.28-inches and 6.75-inches. That would place the smaller Note 10 between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in size, while the larger version of the phone will clearly be bigger than the recently announced Galaxy S10 5G.
It doesn’t end there either. The report also states that Samsung might offer both variants with the standard LTE and 5G connectivity. Meaning that there could be more than just the two. As if that wasn’t complicated enough, it’s also likely that the unreleased smartphone will hit the market with different RAM and storage configurations.
Additionally, the report says the 5G variant will sport a main camera setup with four camera sensors. One of which is a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor.
For now, Samsung has not made any official statement, neither has it confirmed the existence of such a device. However, based on past events, it’s likely that Samsung will unveil the rumoured device sometime between August and September this year. Until then, we advise you to take this news with a pinch of salt.