Galaxy Note 10 Display Could Be Even Bigger Than iPhone XS Max

Ruben Fields
October 17, 2018

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 only launched recently, packing a big 6.4-inch screen, but we're already hearing rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 - including suggestions that it could have an even bigger display. That would make it larger than the 6.4-inch screen you can find in the Galaxy Note 9 and give Samsung an advantage over the iPhone XS Max that ships with a 6.5-inch display.

However, it reports 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.

On the surface, it looks like the Galaxy Note 10 will be slightly larger than the Note 9. Now, a new report from a Samsung insider brings us another exciting detail about the Note 10, one that seems to further confirm earlier rumors. Things like screen brightness and speaker volume were kept the same on both devices. It is worth noting, though, that the Galaxy Note 10 will nearly certainly sport thinner bezels than its predecessor, as the company is expected to make some significant changes in the design departments next year, as the Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 are extremely similar in terms of the design.

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It's not usual for a phone to have a big screen. The resulting screen would have a 19:9 or 19.5:9 aspect ratio, up from 18.5:9. Given the current trend, the company will likely make the bezels slimmer, increasing the screen-to-body ratio, which means the overall dimensions won't get too bigger.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to arrive in August next year, a year after the arrival of the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its new Galaxy A9, on Saturday featuring the world's first rear quad camera. The “Note10” moniker is a placeholder for now as Samsung might change the naming scheme with the Galaxy S10 coming in the first half of next year.

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