Samsung Galaxy S10 might come with 6.6-inch display

Samsung announces launch of new Galaxy A9

The launch of the Galaxy Note 9 might not have been sufficient to steer Samsung out of troubled waters when it comes to the flagship smartphone segment, the current reigning phablet has still ended up producing dividends for the company.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly sport the Korean's firm's biggest screen size yet. But, more importantly, a 6.66-inch screen would be bigger than the iPhone XS Max's 6.5-inch display. This would not only be the largest size display on a Galaxy Note or Galaxy S series device, but would also be larger than the display on the iPhone XS Max.

On the surface, it looks like the Galaxy Note 10 will be slightly larger than the Note 9.

Background: Earlier report, from last month, suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 carries the 'Da Vinci' codename.

That said, Ice Universe also mentions a screen ratio of either 19:9 or 19.5:9, which may make the Note 10 narrower than the Note 9. According to the latest information on this device, Note 10 would boast a bigger screen and, unfortunately for many users, no 3.5-mm jack for headphones.

On the other hand, according to the first Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumors, the device might boast a larger screen than the Note 9.

It's not usual for a phone to have a big screen. However, it says that since the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 disaster, the company has extended the amount of time it spends developing phones from six months to one year (a decision that could explain this).

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its new Galaxy A9, on Saturday featuring the world's first rear quad camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9, which arrived earlier this year on the market, needed no less than 60 days to climb all the way up to the one million units peak. All of this is speculation at this point, and there's plenty of time for Samsung to decide on the Note 10's final design.



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