Samsung Galaxy Note10 codename revealed
The Galaxy Note9 is still hot on the shelves, but that doesn't mean Samsung isn't already working on its successor. A report just came in from Korean media The Bell, which has a decent track record with Samsung leaks in the past.
According to the outlet, Samsung already gave a code name to the Galaxy Note10 and it's "Da Vinci." This could mean that Samsung is looking to extend the S Pen's functionality even if Samsung's CEO, DJ Koh, said that a single S Pen development takes about 2-3 years.
In addition, the report shares some industry insights about Galaxy Note10's possible design. Reportedly, they have seen some of the potential front panels and unsurprisingly, none of them include the home button and they are all based on the Infinity Display. So this means no foldable Galaxy Note10 next year and rules out some of the initial rumors.
It's still early to tell but 2019 might turn out to be an exciting year for Samsung with an unprecedented flagship roaster.
Source (in Korean)
Well how we can store a plastic S-Pen into a foldable phone :-) Anyway name Da Vinci i ca uderstand this with Nokia but Samsung? Past few years no innovation just copy paste.
- 14 Sep 2018
- S6 User
Nope. 2019 will be the 10 Year Anniversary for S10 & Note10. Try not to make the same mistake with your wife/ husband ;)
- 13 Sep 2018
I'm no scientist but I do realize the importance of the oleophobic coating (which will not help with micro scratches like I pointed out) but I definitely don't see advancement with an in/under display fingerprint scanner. I'm not a large person by an...
- 12 Sep 2018