“There have been speculations that the upcoming Galaxy Note10 will feature 5G variants for both rumoured screen sizes”
With the Galaxy S10 series (including the 5G model’s) launch finally over, all eyes are now on Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy Note10. The rumours suggest that this year chaebol might launch two different Galaxy Note10 models with varying screen sizes and a 5G variant of each. Now, US telecom operator Verizon’s CEO Hans Vestberg has confirmed that both Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series flagships this year will have a 5G variant.
During Verizon’s Q1 earnings call, Vestberg revealed the list of 5G smartphones that the carrier will be coming to Verizon stores. He mentioned the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and LG V50 ThinQ. The top executive then went on to say that this year’s Galaxy Note and S series flagship from the South Korean giant will each have a 5G variant. Notably, Verizon is expected to start offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G next month, on May 16th. With the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G confirmed, it was not really a secret that the next flagship will have a 5G variant. However, the confirmation from the Verizon CEO has just sealed it.
To recap, SamMobile reported in the past that Samsung Galaxy Note10 models will be offered in 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes. Apart from that, it was revealed that the smaller Note10 might feature a triple camera module and the larger model will have quad-camera setup. Another report suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note10 might feature squeezable sides and gestures for user interaction as there won’t be any physical buttons. On the performance front, the flagship is likely to flaunt Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9 Series 9820 8nm processor depending on the region.
Unfortunately, other details regarding the Galaxy Note10 are scarce at the moment. However, we expect more details to pour in as we inch closer to the launch so stay tuned.