Samsung in August may show not two new flagships from the Galaxy Note 10 series, as previously assumed, but four at once. This is stated by South Korean sources familiar with the plans of the company. It was expected that a pair of the basic version of the flagship will give its compact version. But now it is reported that the manufacturer wants to transfer the concept of creating the Galaxy S10 line to models of the Galaxy Note series and there will be four of them. They will differ not only in size, but also in the number of cameras, as well as supported communication standards. Samsung is taking this step in order to make the new products as attractive as possible for various categories of users.
So, it is reported that Samsung will offer two versions of the Galaxy Note 10, working in 4G LTE networks and they will get displays with a diagonal of 6.28 and 6.75 inches. Two more models will be inserted into the premium line, which will offer support for networks of the fifth generation, but their screens will have similar LTE variations. In the top versions, the manufacturer will offer four sensors on the back side, while the “younger” ones will be content with three sensors. It is expected that all versions of Galaxy Note 10 will receive a dual front-end and a completely buttonless design. Mechanical keys should be replaced by touch analogs.