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Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Details Four Variants & Galaxy Note 10’s Display Sizes

As we head forward, leaks regarding the Galaxy S10 are continuing to pour in. In a new tweet posted by a trusted tipster, Ice Universe tipped the four variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Note 10 suggesting how large their display sizes are about to get.

New Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Details The Display Sizes We Could Expect To See

According to the tipster, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to come in four variants, namely, the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10 5G edition. Furthermore, the tipster also decided to chime in regarding the display that we could expect to see on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 as well, suggesting that the Note 10 would pack the largest display of them all displacing some of the information leaks had suggested earlier this year.

The exact size of the future Galaxy phone screen:
S10 Lite: 5.75 inches
S10: 6.11 inches
S10+: 6.44 inches
S10 5G version: 6.66 inches
Note10: 6.75 inches – said Ice Universe via Twitter

Not only did Ice Universe leak the display sizes, but there are a few key points that you should be keen to note over here.

First and foremost, it seems like the Samsung Galaxy S10’s variants would indeed be called the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, and S10 Plus as conflicting leaks appeared online. Early leaks suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S10 would be dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Lite, and S10 Plus. However, that was later contradicted as conflicting leaks suggested that the Galaxy S10’s variants would be dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10 X, and S10X 5G edition. Leaks regarding the Galaxy S10’s model numbers followed throughout the month of October with SamMobile even leaking the model numbers of the S10, S10 Lite, and S10 Plus, suggesting that the model numbers that new devices would be the SM-G970F, SM-G973F, and SM-G975F, respectively.

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10 Lite, and S10 5G – Display Resolution, Ratio & PPI

We’re expecting Samsung to move on to the 19:9 or 19.5:9 display ratio next year. Taking into consideration that we had speculated the resolutions on these displays to be either 3120 x 1440 or 3040 x 1440 earlier this year, we could speculate the PPI of these displays now that Ice Universe has released information regarding the displays on the S10, S10 Plus, S10 Lite, and S10 5G. The display PPI turns out to be 550.54 PPI, 522.33 PPI, 585 PPI, and 505.08 PPI, respectively if it features a 19:9 display ratio. However, if it does feature a taller 19.5:9 display aspect ratio, we could expect a slight increase in the PPI as well. If the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10 Lite, and S10 5G edition were to feature a 19.5:9 display ratio, the PPI should be 562.4 PPI, 533.58 PPI, 597.61 PPI, and 509 PPI.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Would Feature An Even Larger Display, Larger Than The Ones Suggested In Previous Leaks

The next point that could be noted is regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s display size. Early leaks had suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would feature a 6.66-inch display. Sourced from Ice Universe himself back in the day, it seems like the tipster could’ve received some major intel regarding Samsung’s shifts as he seems to suggest that that display size would indeed by the size of the Galaxy S10 5G rather than of the Note 10.

With this leaks, Ice Universe is bumping up his early suggestions from 6.66″-inches to 6.75″-inches. That’s a considerable leap, even more so when you take into consideration that the display on the Galaxy Note 9 is just 6.4″-inches large diagonally.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – Display Resolution, Ratio & PPI

However, what Ice Universe didn’t reveal is the display ratio and the resolution that these panels are set to offer. However, given how the market is heading, it’s not hard to predict that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would feature either a 19:9 or 19.5:9 display. Taking that into consideration, it’s not hard to speculate the resolution of these displays either. Given that Samsung has traditionally packed QHD displays ever since the Galaxy S5 on their devices, it’s likely that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 displays would either feature 3040 X 1440 or 3120 x 1440 as their resolution if Samsung sticks to their traditional numbers. Since PPI isn’t that far off to calculate either, and that the intel we’ve received so far is true, the outcome PPI of the Galaxy Note 10 to be 509.08 PPI or 498.34 PPI.



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