New hands-on leak claims the Galaxy Note 10+ will feature a OnePlus 7 Pro-esque display

Renders of the Galaxy Note 10. (Business Today)
Renders of the Galaxy Note 10. (Business Today)
A new leak has surfaced, claiming that at least one of the Galaxy Note 10 phones will feature a 90 Hz display. The OnePlus 7 Pro was the first phone to bring that feature to the mainstream market, and it would seem that Samsung has also adopted it.
Ricci Rox,

After months of leaks and rumors, Samsung will finally launch the Note 10 phones tomorrow. Before then, though, new unpredicted information has surfaced in the form of a Reddit leak. Apparently, the Note 10 will feature a 90 Hz display.

This comes out of the blue, really, as there'd been no leak on the issue prior to this and most may have taken it for granted that the flagships would sport a traditional 60 Hz display.

From all indications, the device in question is the bigger, more expensive Note 10+. We're no sure if the regular Note 10 will have a similar display but recent leaks on the device's shortcomings don't fill us with hope. The source claims that the Note 10+ sports a 6.8-inch 1440p display and comes in two variants: 8/256 GB, and 12/512 GB. That display is consistent with what we've heard until now, so there may just be legs to the 90 Hz claim.

The OnePlus 7 Pro uses a QHD+ 90 Hz display apparently made by Samsung, and it stands to reason that the South Korean giant's most expensive smartphone of the year is competitive at the very least. Speculation is a tad unwarranted anyway, seeing as we just have to wait until tomorrow for the official launch event.


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Ricci Rox, 2019-08- 6 (Update: 2019-08- 6)
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