The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 which will be released in the second half of next year, will be equipped with 6.66-inch screen, the largest size ever on a flagship phone. It is expected that Samsung and Apple will battle the screen size fight next year with big screens, bigger than the size of the iPhone XS Max that Apple released this fall.
According to some new reports, Samsung has decided to set the panel size for Galaxy Note 10 at 6.66 inches earlier this month, and delivered specifications to OLED panel maker Samsung Display. Samsung gave the code name “DaVinci” to the Galaxy Note 10.
6.66 inches is the largest size of all Galaxy models. It is 0.26 inches larger than the 6.4-inch Galaxy Note 9 panel which was the world’s largest model released in August this year. Thanks to this, there will be a war about screen size in the smartphone market next year.
This year, Apple pulled the fire and introduced 6.5-inch OLED panels in its iPhone XS Max, the most expensive model of the new 2018 iPhone released in September. It is 0.1 inches larger than the Galaxy Note 9.
Apple said it is “inviting to a bigger world” about the iPhone XS Max, and it’s the largest display ever on the iPhone. It was a declaration of propaganda against Samsung Electronics, which has created and led the market for phablet phones with Galaxy Note Series.