Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Note 10 has been in the rumor mill for a long time. It has already been teased that the Note 10 might come in four variants, like its S10 siblings. But a recent HTML5test database has given insight into the Note 10 Pro, the highest model of them all. The reports say that Note 10’s display will be the same as the S10 Plus, with a 19:9 aspect ratio. It points at the hole-punch direction.
Samsung introduced a clever workaround the notch by avoiding it and replacing it with a punch-hole cut out which houses a camera, or camera in the S10 Plus. The trend might continue with Samsung’s upcoming flagships and Note 10 might show us another way the hole-punch can be put to use.
The two confirmed (sort of) Note 10 models will feature a 6.28-inch screen and the Note 10 Pro will have a 6.75-inch screen. Furthermore, both will have a 1440p+ display, and the resolution could be 1,440 x 3,040px. We can also guess the pixel densities of the two screens: 536ppi for the regular Note and 498ppi for the Pro.
The phone will run on Android 9 Pie and might pack a larger 4500 mAh battery with 25W fast charging. A camera in its S-Pen is also rumored but that is far stretched. We’ll have to wait till August for the official launch.