Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be published in four versions. We have already heard that Samsung is going to launch Note10 alongside a smaller version of the stylus-toting phablet, and a new report from South Korea’s home country is coming to further elaborate today.
According to this new rumor, there will be no less than four different versions of Galaxy Note 10, two with 5 G connectivity, and two with 4G topping out.
So apparently, we’re going to get the 6.75-inch Note10 along with a 6.28 “version. The bigger model gets four rear cameras, while the smaller one gets to do with three. Then we’ve got two nearly identical specs phones, but with 5 G added in for good measure.
Samsung is said to make this unprecedented move, to launch four Note flagships in a year, owing to how successful the same diversification strategy was for the S10 line. There are also four: the S10, the S10 +, the S10e, and the S10 5G.
Obviously, the smaller Note 10 will try to replicate the success of the S10e in the stylus-toting flagship line, while there will be two 5 G variations because it is 2019, the year in which marketing departments can’t wait to utter that buzzword anywhere in the mobile world.