Galaxy Note 9 was unveiled in August and it is anticipated its successor will debut at around the same time of year in 2019.
It is presumed Samsung’s next phablet will be called the Galaxy Note 10 although such a detail has not been confirmed.
Ahead of its debut later this year, numerous reports have emerged surrounding the device and have suggested it could deliver a number of notable changes for fans.
Back in October last year South Korean outlet ETNews claimed the Note 10 will not come with a headphone jack.
If true, the hardware would be the first flagship from Samsung to arrive without the established socket.
Since the debut of the iPhone 7 back in 2016 that ridded of the port, numerous smartphone manufacturers such as OnePlus, Huawei and more have also removed the 3.5 millimetre jack.
ETNews has also insisted the Note 10 could debut without any physical buttons whatsoever.
Instead, the outlet said the product could take advantage of touch sensors and require the user to perform gestures in order to perform functions such as adjusting volume.
Most recently, the publication has stated the Note 10 will be made available in a total of four models; two with a huge 6.75-inch display and two others with a smaller 6.28-inch panel.
It was claimed one variant of each size would be capable of delivering 5G speeds while the others would be limited to 4G.
ETNews said the “smartphone strategy” for the Note 10 is being “modelled after the Galaxy S10”, suggesting a possible reason for a difference in screen sizes.
Galaxy S10 released last month and is available in three models for UK Android fans that vary in price and form factor.
It was stated Samsung is planning to launch the Note 10 in different models to “maximise sales volume by segmenting the market”.
Moreover, it was also said triple and quad-camera systems will be added to the device although it is unknown which models will tout each.
Following the claims from ETNews, renowned tipster has taken to Twitter to discuss what may be a huge detail about Samsung’s next phablet.
The leaker posted a tweet that read “Note 10 Pro”, suggesting this could be what Samsung decides to call at least one model of its next phablet.
If previous rumours about the Note 10 are true, the Pro branding could be used for the larger variant of the hardware.
Samsung has typically differentiated its larger devices with “+” branding, as is the case for the Galaxy S10+.
It is unknown, assuming Ice Universe’s tweet is accurate, if the Note 10 Pro will boast features that are not available on other models of the device.
Although the new leak may have revealed a huge detail about Samsung’s Note 10 phablet, it is worth noting nothing about the hardware’s existence or specifications have been officially detailed.