Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gets fancy codename, foreshadows innovative designs
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While the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 turned out to be decent devices, it is clear Samsung did not put much effort into its flagship smartphones this year. Apparently, the Korean company has been focusing more on the launch of the first foldable device, the Galaxy X, which should be revealed in November. Rumor has it that some technologies that would be featured in the Galaxy X could be included in next year’s S10 and Note 10. Moreover, a new tweet from notorious leaker Ice Universe seems to confirm this, at least for the Note 10 phablet.
Ice Universe recently revealed that the codename for the Note 10 device is “Da Vinci,” suggesting the arrival of some innovative technologies in the 2019 phablet. Everyone was expecting a new design this year, but, unfortunately, Samsung decided to make minimal upgrades to the S9 and Note 9 models. The S10 is supposed to be the first device to integrate the in-display fingerprint scanner (unless it gets featured in the Galaxy X first), and the Note 10 is most likely going to get this feature, possibly even a better ultrasonic version.
The in-display fingerprint scanner should also bring a totally new OLED display, so there is a chance for a completely bezel-les screen. Of course, all 2019 flagship models would integrate 5G connectivity and improved SoCs, not to mention better imaging components like the rumored rear triple-camera setup. Fans have been asking for improved wireless charging, as well, so Samsung is bound to release more powerful wireless chargers next year.
Were this year’s flagship models lacking in innovation? It may appear so, but Samsung had its reasons. We will see if this detour was warranted with the November launch of the Galaxy X.