Just in two months time, we will all be seeing what the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would look and feel like. But the fact is that many things had happened in the past couple of weeks. Even though there hasn’t been anything really that had made us WOW in all what had been leaked so far about the device.
We always expect something more premium and better appealing everytime a newer version of the Galaxy Note series is launched but considering how far smartphones have gone in 2019, one can say that the Galaxy Note isn’t probably going to be that amazing when released later on by August.
What we think of this year’s Galaxy Note 10 is that it’s just going to be a slightly differently designed Galaxy S10 Plus but with a Stylus Pen. Also, we speculate the device will be powered by the same Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9925 processors. Tripple camera lenses isn’t very new even though that’s what we’ll get on the Galaxy Note 10. Also, it’s said that the device will sport the so-called Dynamic AMOLED screen which is like a bit of higher-end than others in existence.
But what’s more surprising so far is that there will likely be a different version of the Note 10. Something which we’ve never seen on the Galaxy Note series ever but then Samsung had decided to flood the mobile market with their smartphones. We already have about 4 Samsung Galaxy S10 and with multiple mid-rangers like the A80, A70, and so forth. The advent of multi-version Galaxy Note 10 will push the company’s mobile “flooding” agenda. LOL!
Like it or not, Samsung fans love the device even though it might not be a really surprising phenomenon this year but that won’t stop the fact that the device would be an “Ultra” high-end device which would be quite pricey for those that can afford it.
The Samsung Galaxy Note series was never for everyone by the way which means if you can’t afford it, then step back or go for something else like the Galaxy S10. The device is targeted at business people considering it’s form factor as well as the functionalities on the device. While flagship devices had continued to get more expensive these days, it’s no new that companies are now compromising by making lower versions of their devices which can be affordable for users as we’ve seen in the iPhone XR which boosts a powerful battery life right above all of other Apple devices. The Galaxy S10e would be something in this category as it’s the lowest version of the Galaxy S10 series released this year even though it’s still more expensive than some company’s flagships.
There have been repeated rumors about the Galaxy S10 5G and for the fact that there already exists the Galaxy S10 5G which is now being rolled out in the US. Two different versions of the Galaxy Note 10 5G were spotted yesterday Tuesday .
SM-N970 and SM-N975 are reportedly the model numbers reserved for Samsung’s regular Galaxy Note 10 with either a Snapdragon or an Exynos processor, while SM-N971 and SM-N976 were rumored to be another version of that model with 5G support. Those rumors are now confirmed because an SM-N976V headed for Verizon and an SM-N976B headed for Telstra in Australia were just spotted on Geekbench. Here are screenshots of their impressive scores:
The confirmations on the Geekbench is that the SM-N976V is going to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 while the other version, the SM-N976B will have the Samsung’s own Exynos 9825 SoC which will be available to customers in the US while the Exynos is for the Chinese market but a little bit less powerful as the Sanpdragon. The versions of the Galaxy Note 10 are expected to be unveiled the same day by early August. We’re probably going to see them go by the names: Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10e as well as Galaxy Note 10 5G…3 in 1. And should go on sale by the middle of the month.