Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Could Have a Massive Screen

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If a recent report coming out of South Korea is to be believed, the Galaxy Note 10 display will be even larger than the iPhone XS Max. These displays were allegedly ordered earlier this month, though that's all the info that was provided by the source on the matter.

On the other hand, according to the first Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumors, the device might boast a larger screen than the Note 9. Other rivals are rolling out even bigger phones.

It's not usual for a phone to have a big screen. That's a whole 0.26-inches bigger than the Note 9. The Galaxy Note 10 will likely sport thinner bezels than its predecessor, while it's expected to include an in-display sensor, as more and more OEMs are including such sensor in their devices. Neither Samsung nor Apple will probably go overboard in that regard. The Snapdragon variant will ship to the U.S. and China, along with some other markets, while most other markets will receive the Exynos variant, including Europe. It remains to be seen how many cameras will the company pack into the phone, but expect no less than two.

We should mention that unlike Apple, Samsung doesn't use a display top-notch.

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What appears to be gold lightning bolt detailing can be seen on the upper part of the boot as well. Resurrected Superman donned the black suit (and a mullet, it was 90's).

It might also be a jumping point for the so-called Galaxy F foldable tablet phone. Besides, until then, many Note 10 leaks and rumors would emerge online.

Apple and Samsung are in a never-ending competition and this is a great thing for consumers because the competition is pushing the two companies to the next level. As per the rumours, Samsung is rumoured to announce the Galaxy S10 in January or February.

However, Samsung Galaxy S10 won't come out until next year so Samsung still has plenty of time to decide the final design of the device. "Although the flip side of that is that many users may stick with the default 1080 setting of the Note 9".

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