Samsung is rumored to release two variants of the Galaxy Note 10. Instead of the usual storage size, the Galaxy Note 10 is said to be offered in two different screen sizes. Here’s what we know about this.

According to CNet’s translation on the Korean site ETNews, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be offered in 6.28inch and 6.75inch screen variants. Both variants will also be available in LTE and 5G capabilities which allows users to adjust what’s available on their country. However, take this with a grain of salt as Samsung has yet to officially confirm the new device.

Since the Galaxy Note 10 is an unconfirmed device, many speculations about its hardware have also risen up. According to the rumors, it’ll have a Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 processor which will also have a 12GB RAM. It’s also said that its memory storage will also be 1TB which can hold a lot of personal files for the user. The new Note 10 won’t be a slouch to its specs if it does have these specs on release.

Meanwhile, Samsung has yet to release the Galaxy Note 10’s announcement to the public. The currently announced Samsung devices for this year are the S10, S10 Plus, Fold, and the S10 5G. Three of these are smartphones and the Fold is a new “foldable display” device which is expected to be a race for innovation for many Android smartphone developers. If the Galaxy Note 10 is indeed real, the new Samsung devices confirmed for this year will be seven.

Samsung’s development this year is mostly focused on their Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone series and the Fold. The Galaxy S10 releases are already trumping out their long-time rival, Apple, in phone releases. While Samsung already has released three, Apple has yet to release one this year and the details about it are still unclear. As for the “foldable display” Galaxy Fold device, it’s considered as one of the best of its kind as the company is currently developing the new device while the others are still planning. Moreover, Apple has yet to enter their own entry for this device.

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If the codes were read correctly, we may see the next Galaxy Note 10 soon. Pictured: A cleaner wipes the floor with a mop in front of an advertisement for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 at the company's showroom in Seoul on January 31, 2019. - Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest smartphone and memory chip maker, reported a slump in fourth-quarter net profits on January 31, blaming a drop in demand for its key products. AFP/Getty Images/Jung Yeon-Je