A new report from the South Korean publication “The Bell” is stating that a Samsung insider source has revealed Samsung’s plans for the Galaxy Note 10 lineup. Before we get into it, we need to mention that the South Korean publication has a good track record of predicting upcoming Samsung products and announcements. With that said, let’s see what we can expect from Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy Note 10.
Galaxy Note 10e
Samsung usually launches its Galaxy Note devices in a single size, but this is going to change in 2019. The Samsung insider source is claiming that the tech giant is planning to launch a cheaper model of Galaxy Note 10 that is highly likely to be called Galaxy Note 10e.
Galaxy Note 10e will ship with a smaller display when compared to the standard Galaxy Note 10 version and it will also miss out on some key features such as an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner and a triple-camera setup.
Compromising Hardware Specs for a Good Price
The reason why Samsung is compromising on hardware specs and features when it comes to Galaxy Note 10e’s design is because Samsung wants to lower the device’s price and make it more affordable. Even though Samsung has yet to confirm the official pricing of Galaxy Note 10e, the Samsung insider source is claiming that the smartphone will cost somewhere around $850. This will make Galaxy Note 10e $100 considerable cheaper than the standard Galaxy Note 10 version which is expected to have a starting price of $999.
The last thing that we want to cover when it comes to Galaxy Note 10e is the fact that “The Bell” is saying that Samsung wants to launch this smartphone exclusively in Europe. Therefore, US and Asian Samsung fans will only get access to the standard Galaxy Note 10 model.
Cameron Bravo was born and raised California. He has written for Buzz Feed and KMAX-TV, In regards to academics, Cameron earned an arts degree from the Sacramento State. Cameron covers local news and culture stories here at Swerd Media.