Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 is rumoured to reinvent its S-Pen stylus while still bringing the premium Samsung quality that Note phones are known for.
Samsung's Note devices have long been its push for the productivity market, thanks to the genuinely unique "S-Pen" stylus that each Note comes with. Many Note buyers also love the large screen display, but that's become increasingly common in other flagship phones, including Samsung's own Galaxy S lines.
For the Galaxy Note 10, then, there's a lot of ground for Samsung to cover to make it a real standout device.
- Two different sized Notes possible
- Curved display on every side heavily rumoured
- Will Samsung ditch the headphone jack?
- Quad cameras expected for the Pro model
- Triple cameras predicted for the regular Note 10
- One lens or two at the front?
- Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820
- 5G and 4G variants
- Will the S-Pen get its own camera?
- Battery capacity expected at 4,500mAh/3,400mAh
- Battery stamina is an open question after the Galaxy S10
- Samsung has a lot of flagships, so standing out is going to be tough
Pricing and availability
- Expect pricing upwards from $1,500+
We don't have Galaxy Note 10 pricing just yet, but we can take a fair stab at where it will start.
The Galaxy Note 10 is going to take on both the Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G in the premium space in Samsung's flagship family. The Galaxy S10+ pricing starts at $1,499, and that's the least we'd expect to see the Galaxy Note 10 hit the market for.
You can't actually buy the Galaxy S10 5G outright in Australia just yet, as it's exclusively a Telstra contract device. Handset repayments peg its price at around $2,000, although that may include some level of subsidy for being on a contract. Still, with the top end S10+ coming in at $2,399, there's clearly scope for Samsung to stretch its pricing higher for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro model.Back to top
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specifications
- Product Name
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10
- Display Size
- 6.7/6.3 inches
- Expected Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820
- TBC, 4GB minimum expected
- Operating System
- Android 9
- Front camera
- Rear camera
- TBC, expected up to quad-lens
- 4,500/3,400 mAh rumoured
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