This should be similar to the note 10 vanilla version. No SD slot too so you're limited in terms of expansion options...
a 5,7" display would be great. But it needs to pack 4000mAh to compete with other brands occupiying the 400$ market - xiaomi...
Mixkhata, 13 Oct 2019We can use a plastic note 10 with SD 710 (or 712?) SoC, 64 gb rom, 4 gb ram, 1080p flat screen... more3.5 jack and sd card slot may be the little nudge that makes the price over the $500 mark.
A smaller Note is always welcome and should satisfy the needs of those with not so big hands.
Anonymous, 11 Oct 2019Samsung already released the Note 10 lite; it has a 1080p screen, no headphone jack, and no mi... moreWe can use a plastic note 10 with SD 710 (or 712?) SoC, 64 gb rom, 4 gb ram, 1080p flat screen, and only 2 cameras like S10e. Oh, and since this would target the price-conscious audience then maybe throw in 3.5mm jack and SD card support as fan-service. Would buy it if it's 500$.
souravnit, 12 Oct 2019I am just coming back from a store and this phone looks camera all is perfect.and very slim.Maybe but the price difference is so low it is no point to buy the smaller version.
CptPower, 12 Oct 2019This is so wwaste of resources. People are used to have the best of best phone thus the note... moreI am just coming back from a store and this phone looks camera all is perfect.and very slim.
This is so wwaste of resources.
People are used to have the best of best phone thus the note 10 the big phone with S pen and best of best specs.
This one doesnt seems to be promising or even charming enough so people will buy.
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2019Others have tried and have failed, the main reasons being the stylus and S Pen-specific softwa... moreLG Is doing pretty well in Korea with their stylus line, but it is a low level entry phone and doesn't really have availability/support outside Korea.
So, practically Samsung has ZERO competition for Note series and can charge silly margins for that.
It's a market ripe for competition.
Kangal, 12 Oct 2019Nope, no demographic variants. Each country gets the same hardware and software, with the onl... moreIn the USA and China they get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 while rest of the world gets the inferior Exynos... (these cannot have same ROM & firmware)
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2019Why not just buy s10 then or s10ebecause of S-Pen.
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 12 Oct 2019You also forgot there is the EMEA variants of EACH OF THEM! Running Exynos rather than Snapdra... moreNope, no demographic variants.
Each country gets the same hardware and software, with the only difference being the language and power adapter. And OEMs don't have to rely on Qualcomm Snapdragon, they can design their own SoC's. Or have another producer make it for them, such as Samsung, Foxconn, Nvidia, TexasInstruments, etc etc. And they can achieve it, since we're talking about orders in the magnitude of around 50 Million units.
So only three variants a year, and the most popular "Medium Model" gets recycled for another round the next year. That way, it's easy to design, maintain, quality check, market, and update software for.
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2019You know what's a good joke?: big smartphone displays lol.This is a big joke and so true, dummies u know.
Mailman, 11 Oct 2019Sales are slowing down and that's the way Samsung is trying to keep themselves at the top spot... moreSmartphone sales are slowing down as people are starting to realise that they don't have to replace their phone as often as they usually do, only minor issues caused people to replace their phones. Samsung have been past their peak for over 5 years now and even back then they still made too many phones with confusing names e.g. Grand Prime, Core Prime, E5, J5 etc. Even Nokia made a lot of phones but with much less confusing names, Eseries, Nseries etc. The keyboards on the Eseries implied that they were suited towards the business market, Nseries being the flagship as usual. Samsung have 10 flagship phones, when Nokia had more market share, they only had 1. The amount of phones with the confusing names is just something that annoys me about Samsung.
Also, I don't understand the thought of a company trying to create more products when their sales are decreasing, yes, they're past their peak but they have been around 20% for a while.
Vasra, 12 Oct 2019Another Samsung fail with no 3.5mm and too small battery. I gave up on Galaxy note series. ... moreOthers have tried and have failed, the main reasons being the stylus and S Pen-specific software; they're just not as advanced as Samsung's.
BigDisplay, 11 Oct 2019It's a joke gooodddd. You know what's a good joke?: big smartphone displays lol.