Samsung has a truly overwhelming amount of new flagship phones right now, with the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10E, and Galaxy S10 5G... and the Galaxy Fold, should it eventually ship. And here's one more on the horizon.
It hasn't been officially announced yet, of course, but we're fully expecting to see a Galaxy Note 10 in a matter of weeks. Samsung has reliably launched its extra-large, stylus-packing handset each year, and it's likewise been a reliably great phone – albeit a very pricey and fairly niche one.
With the Galaxy S10 out, now the rumour mill has pivoted towards the Note 10. What should we expect? Here's what we've heard so far.
What will the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 look like?
In recent years, the Galaxy Note line has aligned pretty closely with the Galaxy S aesthetic. In particular, the last two years' phones have looked very close to the Galaxy S+ model.
The main differences come with slightly boxier aesthetic, and a flatter screen that isn't quite as curvy on the sides. Oh, and a slot for the S Pen stylus, of course. Early speculative renders of the Galaxy Note 10 followed that kind of philosophy with the Galaxy S10 as a starting point, and now the official-looking leaked renders on this page from both WinFuture and Ishan Agarwal seem to confirm that.
The sides here are interesting too, with the frame going thin along the sides and then going larger around the buttons, giving you a glimpse of the coloured (or black) glass from the side view. That's a neat tweak.