Samsung may be releasing 4 variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in August
PhoneArena's renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Initially we heard rumours that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may be released in 2 variants: The standard Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the smaller Samsung Galaxy Note 10e. However, a new report has emerged mentioning that instead of two, Samsung may be releasing 4 variants of the smartphone.
Two of these device is said to be the 5G variants of the device and two will support LTE only. The LTE version of the standard Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may feature a 6.75 display whereas the Samsung Galaxy Note 10e may come with a 6.28 inch display. These LTE variants of the devices might sport triple and quad camera setups and may likely be cheaper than the 5G variants. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G has been claimed to be almost similar to the LTE version of the device in terms of display and rear camera specifications. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10e, however, may be released with a 6.4 inch display.
We may be seeing these products launched on the 8th of August with pre-orders being available not too long after the announcement. Unfortunately, we might not be able to see the Note 10 series hit market shelves until the end of August. So far, no price has been sighted but from current trends, we don’t expect these devices to be under RM3200 with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G being the most expensive variant out of the whole lot.
As Malaysia may not be getting 5G network for awhile, it is probably not a bad idea skip the 5G variants of the device when it is released for awhile if it does end up coming to Malaysia, but that’s just me. What do you think? To keep up with the latest news and rumours on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, stay tuned to TechNave.com!