Model Numbers Of Galaxy Note 10 Confirms Two Screen Sizes
Karamchand Rameshwar - Apr 14, 2019
A new report suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 will have four models number along with two different screen sizes.
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Samsung has recently announced its new Galaxy S10 series in February, including a total of four devices, and a foldable phone dubbed Galaxy Fold. The four devices in the series are Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and the newly-launched Galaxy S10 5G. With the Galaxy S10 series unveiled, there is one flagship series from the South Korean phone maker that we should expect is the Galaxy Note 10 series.
The Galaxy Note 10 was previously rumored to come with no physical buttons as well as a quad camera setup at the back. Now, according to a fresh report, at least 4 model numbers of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 were just surfaced online, suggesting different display sizes and each of them coming with 4GB or 5G network support.
As per the report, two model numbers SM-N975 and SM-N970 will likely belong to the Galaxy Note 10 while the larger version is expected to be called Galaxy Note 10+. Previous leaks suggested that the two models would have 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch displays with either triple cameras or quad cameras at the back. Additionally, the 5G-supported versions will have model numbers of SM-N976 and SM-N971.
These model numbers are just the main ones as there will be additional symbols for versions on different markets. For example, the global models will have the letter F. Meanwhile, at the end of the devices’ model number that Samsung offers in China will come with the digit 0. There should be quite a while before Samsung announces the phone so you should take this news with a grain of salt as these specifications are not finalized yet.
There will be more details coming in the future, so stay tuned. We will keep you posted as soon as there is new information about the handset.