With the Galaxy 10 series already consolidated in the market, it’s time to start thinking in Samsung’s second flagship series that will introduce the highly-anticipated Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note10 Pro later on this year. Thankfully, the first leaks for the new king of phablets already started to pop-out.
According to a leaked benchmark from HTML5test database the Samsung Galaxy Note10 screen will match the Galaxy S10 phones with a 19:9 aspect ratio on the display, in counterpart to the 18:5:9 found in the Note9. Of course, this may not be a big surprise, after all with the advent of punch-hole cameras, the switch in Note10 panel was expected.
The Galaxy Note10 will be available in two variants with different sizes – Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro, both handsets will be available in 4G and 5G versions. Apparently, the model leaked on this benchmark was the Verizon’s Note 10 Pro 5G, since its model name is described SM-N976V. The Galaxy Note10 Pro is expected to debut with a 6.75-inch display with 3,040×1440 pixels of resolution, and according to this leak a 19:9 proportion thanks to the punch-hole display.
Samsung’s vanilla Galaxy Note10 is expected to debut with a 6.28-inch display and the same 1440+ resolution. Judging by the resolution, the standard Note10 will come with a 536ppi, while the Note10 Pro will feature a 498ppi in reason of the bigger display. Finally, the benchmark also reveals that the handset will ship with Android 9 Pie running atop, no surprises here, and of course the version of Android will be hidden beneath Samsung’s OneUI display.