The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launching in the later part of the year and for the most part, many seem to expect the Note 10 to not look too different from the Note 9 in 2018. That’s not surprising because for the most part, Samsung’s design language in the past few years has mostly been about refining the process rather than introduce new ones.
However, there is a chance that the Note 10 could sport a slightly bigger redesign than we previously thought. According to a tweet by Ice Universe, it is reported that the Note 10 could actually feature a more pronounced curve in its display compared to its predecessor. We’re not sure what that could entail, but perhaps it could be that the sides of the display might wrap around the edge a bit more.
The tweet reads, “Whether you like curved display or not, it’s still the flagship phone logo, especially in the second half of the year, you’ll see a very superb curved design, a more aggressive curved display than Note7 will appear, and more than one brand will do so.” Based on this description, it does remind us a bit of a recent concept video that shows off what the phone could look like.
Take it with a grain of salt for now, but other rumored features that we can look forward to include a 4,500mAh battery, a quadruple camera setup, a button-less design, and this is not a rumor since it was confirmed, but it will also support 5G.