Some people have not even decided whether to buy the Galaxy Note 9 or not, but we already have several Galaxy Note 10 rumors out here. It has been reported that the device is codenamed Da Vinci and that it will focus more on improving the already impressive signature feature of the Note series, the S Pen.
In what could be the most disappointing move, it has also been claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 may drop the much-loved 3.5mm audio jack. Well, this is bound to happen at some point, folks, so it seems! But in a bid to reclaim what used to belong to the Note family – the biggest display screen – Samsung is said to be working on a massive 6.66-inch display panel for the Note 10, Korea’s The Bell reveals.
Although it won’t be the biggest there is, it will be bigger than Apple’s 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max, which should make Sammy fans feel great again after the device took over the crown from the Galaxy Note 9, which has a 6.4-inch screen.
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With the screen growing bigger, the aspect ratio will also grow taller to either 19:9 or 19.5:9 and the device is also said to come with narrower edges, something that should also make the Note 10 smaller than its predecessor. That means a bigger screen in a smaller body.
But of course, these are rumors about a device that won’t be here until the second half of 2019. Expect even more to come!