“Samsung Galaxy Note10 is expected to come in two variants, with 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes, 19:9 aspect ratio, and punch-hole design”
Samsung’s Galaxy Note10 is slowly gaining momentum as the flagship is slated to launch sometime later this year. The handset is already rumoured to come in two variants along with a 5G option of each. These two models will reportedly differ in terms of display size and configurations, much like the S series. Now, the Galaxy Note10 Verizon 5G variant with model number SM-N976V was spotted on the HTML5test benchmark, revealing it might have a 19:9 aspect ratio and most likely a punch hole design, similar to the Galaxy S10 series. Considering the punch hole display trends of late, it only makes sense for Samsung to retain the same.
Furthermore, a previous leak suggested the standard Galaxy Note10 will pack a 6.28-inch with 536ppi pixel density, while the Galaxy Note10 Pro is expected to sport a relatively larger 6.75-inch screen with 1,440 x 3,040 pixels resolution and 498ppi pixel density. Lastly, the benchmark also reveals the flagship would ship with Android 9.0 Pie with One UI out of the box, though we expect the handset will ship with Android Q out of the box to the public. The handset is said to rock quad camera setup and improved Galaxy Pen support. However, it is unclear if Samsung would trim down the battery capacity and display resolution on the base model.
As for the other specifications, the Galaxy Note10 could be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC for the variant that sells in the US and Exynos 9 Series 9820 8nm processor in countries such as India. It is said to pack a massive 4,500mAh battery with fast-charging support. With the Galaxy Note10 launch still months away, things might change their course in the days to come, so we suggest you take this with a pinch of salt.