Samsung Galaxy Note 10 To Launch With A 6.6 Inch Display
Smartphone industry insiders claim that the Note 10 will have a 6.66 inch screen. The claims are based on the specifications handed over by Samsung to its display manufacturing unit. This has been done so that work on the huge Super AMOLED panel can start early.
Battle Of The Biggest
The 6.66 inch display is an 8% bump in surface area from the Galaxy Note 9’s 6.4 inch display. The Galaxy Note 9 currently has the biggest display Samsung has ever made and this will surely beat it. It is also interesting to note that even though the Apple iPhone XS Max has a 6.5 inch screen, due to its aspect ratio and notch, its usable surface area is less than that of the Galaxy Note 9. Also joining the bandwagon of massive displays next year is a variant of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10+ will have a 6.44 inch display as compared to the 5.8 inch display its other variants will have.
It is also noteworthy that Samsung has codenamed the Note 10 as ‘Da Vinci’. This could hint at better S Pen integration into the latest Note. We may see an upgraded experience and capability with the S Pen. Although the launch of the device is far away, Samsung has decided to finalise the specifications already. It has done this to have a longer development period. According to experts, they want to take their time and deliver a great product. The design is final and will be shown at the MWC in February 2019.
As of now, we will have to wait for some kind of confirmation from Samsung itself on this news. However, the gigantic screen is a possibility. These days, premium manufactures are taking it upon themselves to deliver the biggest and best screens. Coupled with the fact that Samsung is always on the lookout to better Apple, we could see a 6.66 inch display on the Galaxy Note 10.