Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to have a 5G model

Ruben Fields
March 14, 2019

After failing to generate much excitement with the launch of the Galaxy S9 previous year, Samsung put all its eggs in the Galaxy S10 basket, cooking up an all-new design with a triple-lens camera, Infinity-O display, and a built-in fingerprint sensor.

What's worth mentioning is that Samsung wouldn't use an Infinity O display like on the Galaxy S10, which is typically more expensive, as the camera wouldn't be embedded into the glass, but placed on a pop-up module.

Some in the parts industry forecast 35 million to 38 million Galaxy S10 phones would be shipped out this year.

It's barely been a month since the Samsung Galaxy S10 was announced but we're already licking our lips in anticipation of Samsung's next big thing - the release of a new Galaxy Note device. Not only is it the brand's first flagship of this year, it's also the first series to offer a model with 5G connectivity support.

If you're using a Galaxy S10 right now and you care about security, you may want to disable face recognition and use the in-display fingerprint reader instead.

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Additional information regarding the phone is scarce beyond this point.

This time, users and tech reviewers were the ones who managed to prove that the face recognition screen lock is a lot less secure than customers would expect considering that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is the company's flagship smartphone. In fact, AT&T is trying so hard that it's going as far as updating phones with a fake "5G E" icon to mislead customers and make them believe they're connecting to a next-generation network.

Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. After delving into the code, XDA developers discovered the 5G version of the Note 10.

The Note series often incorporates some of the elements introduced in the latest Galaxy S phones, so a 5G version does seem likely, especially as the Galaxy Fold will also be 5G capable.

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