Presently, speculations suggest that South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, has begun to fully develop a new generation of its large-screen flagship, Galaxy Note 10. This device is internally codenamed “Da Vinci.” Inferred from the code name, the Galaxy Note 10 may continue to make a fuss about the characteristics of S Pen “writing and writing”. After all, Da Vinci is one of the three masters of the Renaissance.
Of course, this is just speculation. After all, there is no correlation between the internal code names of Galaxy S/Note and the features of the mobile phone, such as S9’s “Star”, Note 9’s “Crown”, and then S7’s “Lucky” and S8’s “Dream”. The report also quoted industry chain sources as saying that the sample components of the Galaxy Note 10 show that the machine continues to use the Infinity Display full screen without the Home button.
According to Gao Dongzhen, president of Samsung Mobile Communications, S Pen has a development cycle of 2 to 3 years for each generation. For Samsung, which is still in the first place in global mobile phone sales, 2019 will be an extraordinary year. It is expected that we will see the “Galaxy S10”, 5G mobile terminal, and perhaps a foldable mobile phone, codenamed “Beyond”.