Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature a 6.75-inch display: report

The Note 8 is currently one of five devices that supports HDR playback via Netflix

Frequent leaker Ice Universe has shared display sizes for Samsung’s upcoming 2019 flagship lineup.

The tipster says that the S10 Lite, S10, S10+, S10 5G and Note 10 will feature 5.75-inch, 6.11-inch, 6.44-inch, 6.66-inch and 6.75-inch displays, respectively.

These sizes correlate with the previous leaks of Samsung’s upcoming smartphones.

The leaker even went as far as noting the size for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, a smartphone that is more than half a year away from an official reveal. Ice Universe suggests the phone will feature a 6.75-inch display, making it one of Samsung’s largest phone ever. In 2014, Samsung released the Galaxy W a phone that boasted a 7-inch display. The phone was available only in select markets.

Currently, leaks for the Galaxy Note 10 are scarce. However, back in September, a report came out said Samsung’s codename for the phone was ‘Da Vinci.’ 

It’s best to take this leak, like many others, with a grain of salt as Samsung could potentially change its plans for its upcoming devices at any moment.

Samsung is rumoured to reveal the Galaxy S series during its Unpacked Event right before Mobile World Conference. Meanwhile, Samsung will likely unveil the Note 10 in August, similar to the Note 9 earlier this year.

Source: Ice Universe