The Galaxy Note 10 can be refused in 4 models. According to a leak, Samsung would like to offer a series of smartphones that consists of two different screen sizes and two 5G variations. A strategy that would already be proven with the Galaxy S10.
According to our colleagues from ETNews, a South Korean media, Samsung is launching a Galaxy Note 10 sublimated a 6.4-inch OLED screen, just like its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9. According to an earlier leak reported by The Bell, this model would be called Galaxy Note 10e and would be offered at a reduced price. However, it would be equipped with a triple rear photo sensor.
Samsung will refuse the Galaxy Note 10 in 4 variants, including 2 models 5G
In addition to this more affordable model, the manufacturer will propose a Galaxy Note 10 with a 6.7-inch OLED screen. More luxurious, it would be equipped with a four-fold photo sensor on the back, such as the Galaxy S10 5G. The expectation is that the price will be around € 1000.
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Still according to ETNews, Samsung will offer a 5G version of both Galaxy Note 10. A total of 4 Note 10 different ones would be marketed. The report does not say whether 5G variants are equipped with a larger battery or more RAM than 4G smartphones. We can nevertheless expect a higher price. As a reminder, the Galaxy S10 5G costs $ 1200.
Not surprisingly, Samsung is looking for the success of the Galaxy S10, which should sell twice as much as the Galaxy S9. According to analysts, the manufacturer will sell more than 60 million S10 in 2019. In addition, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be equipped with an Infinity-O screen, with probably a dual forward-facing photo sensor for the high-end model, a SoC Exynos 9820 and a battery of 4000 mAh (or more).
According to ET News, Samsung presents the Note 10 on August 8, 2019. This corresponds to the manufacturer's usual schedule. What do you think of Samsung's strategy? Is it really worthwhile to propose a smaller and cheaper Note 10? Samsung probably won't compete with its own S10? We await your opinion in the comments.