The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ screen protectors show how the versions will differ.
Another report suggests that Samsung is ramping up production of time-of-flight lenses for one of its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 models.
After the Galaxy Fold’s messy debut, Samsung is ready to move forward with another flagship, the Galaxy Note 10.
Amid breaking screens, delayed launches, and cancelled pre orders, Samsung is saying the Galaxy Fold was rolled out “before it was ready.”
Information from case retailers and Korean media reveal some interesting internal and external detail about the Note 10.
New images give a good impression of what the final Note 10 5G may look like, based on the current rumors.
Only the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will reportedly get microSD expansion and both the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro will lose a headphone jack.
A new image of a Tesla-branded Galaxy Note 10 has surfaced online, though it seems to be wishful thinking.
An expansion by one of Samsung’s manufacturing partners and a new Twitter leak point to exciting developments for the Galaxy Note 10's cameras.
Samsung may take a risk with the Galaxy Note 10 by removing the earpiece in favor of having the screen double as a speaker.
Screen protectors for the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro show the size difference between the phones and the curvature of the displays.
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The phone looks similar to the regular Note 10, but with a much larger 6.75-inch screen and four camera sensors on the back.
While AR Emoji and other tricks don't impress, the Galaxy S9+'s improved camera, brighter display and faster performance add up to make this a worthy iPhone X rival.
Two versions of the Note 10 5G with different processors have been benchmarked, with one beating even Samsung’s own S10+.
More evidence suggests that Samsung is going to stack the rear camera lenses vertically, after a prominent leaker tweets out images showing such a design.
The next Galaxy Fold could have an entirely new folding mechanism, if a new Samsung patent is to be believed.
It looks like the Galaxy Note 10 will be one of the fastest charging phones ever and feature a punch hole in a new location.
Anonymous sources say that there will be at least five colors available for Samsung’s upcoming phablet.