Since the launch of the Galaxy S8, Samsung has been redefining its reputation and drawing public attention for design innovation.
Since the 2017 flagship, South Korea has been launching handsets that take the screens to the widest possible space on the front of the devices, and with the Galaxy S10, this has become even clearer. However, the latest leaked renderings for the Galaxy Note 10 Plus show that a new record could be set.
According to a measurement taken by Phone Arena, if the images are correct, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus will hit the market with a 92.5% front screen performance.
Not only would that number be higher than any other Samsung phone, but it would also beat 2019 releases such as the OnePlus 7 Pro (88.4%) featuring a retractable camera and the P30 Pro(88.5%).
The regular Note 10 model would also offer performance above 90%.
Remember, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will be made official on August 7 on the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked. By history, after the officialization of new high-end products.
In addition to the Galaxy Note 10, the manufacturer is already approving with Anatel the tablets Galaxy Tab S6 and Tab A 2019, as well as intermediates A10s, A20s, and A30s.