Browser benchmark reveals Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5G model's aspect ratio
It may not be the most mind-blowing leak about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 so far, but it does at least show the next series of phablets is continuing to receive upgrades and changes on almost every tiny detail of the forthcoming devices. “SM-N976V” turned up in a record on the HTML5test website and in the process revealed its new “look”.
As we previously learned, “SM-N976” is the model name for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5G – the “V” at the end apparently stands for “Verizon” in this case. The screen size mentioned in the HTML5 database entry is 412x869. Obviously, the Note 10 will offer quite a few more pixels than that, but as pointed out by the browser benchmark’s spotter Mobielkopen, this does lead to the conclusion that the phablet sports a 19:9 aspect ratio.
The Galaxy Note 9 had an 18.5:9 aspect ratio, so it might not seem that much of a big deal to go to 19:9. But the 19:9 Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5G will share the same ratio as the Samsung Galaxy S10, and it appears this will corroborate the belief that the new Notes will have less chin, less bezel in general, no notch, and a punch-hole camera most likely in the center. The Note 10 could more resemble the Galaxy S10 rather than the Note 9.
The regular Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 5G are expected to come with 6.28-inch displays that offer 1440x3040 resolution and 536 ppi, while the Pro versions of those two models are believed to sport 6.75-inch screens with 1440x3040 resolutions and 498 ppi.