Now all the fuss about bigger Note 10 variant is finally making sense.
Just last week, Sammobile reported that Samsung is working on two different sizes of Note 10 and now popular Samsung tipster Ice Universe has revealed that the bigger variant will be called ‘Note 10 Pro’.
As we know that the “Pro” branding isn’t one that Samsung has been using for various flagship series in recent years. The South Korean tech giant has used the “Pro” branding for now merged Galaxy J and A series though. It has always opted for the “+” branding for S-series flagships as we observed in Galaxy S8/S9/S10+ models.
According to a report, SM-N970 and SM-N975 are the two main Galaxy Note 10 variants for 2019. An earlier report claimed that these two variants will feature a 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display with dual and triple camera setups respectively. If this new information seems to be correct then these models may be branded as the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
The bigger Note 10 variant is rumored to pack an improved camera setup compared to its base variant. The upcoming Note 10 Pro is likely to have a triple lens camera with best photography tools in its move to break DxOMark record of Huawei P30 Pro
Regardless of what the upcoming Note phablet will be called, we can fairly guess that it will be launched either in August or September of this year. There are rumors that a larger variant of Note 10 will have four rear camera sensors while the smaller model will rely on three cameras at the back. We must take all of the above said with a pinch of salt as Samsung has not officially confirmed any of this.
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