Apple may be credited as the inventor of the modern phone, but it surely was Galaxy Note in 2011 that built the foundation for the massive-screened devices we use today. The Note popularized the idea of constructing mobile units bigger while the rest of the business was making them smaller and extra portable.
With its larger display, included stylus, and increased memory and storage capability, the Note proved to be a fan-favorite, particularly among power users. However, in 2019, it could be harder than ever for Samsung to differentiate its Note from the Galaxy S line — particularly now that the Galaxy S10 comes in four different variants at numerous sizes and price points. Samsung usually unveils its Note around the August and September timeframe, and it seems like that will be the case again this year as the firm just despatched out invitations for an event on August 7.
Now, Samsung offers more alternative than ever when it comes to its Galaxy S phones. Not only does the S10 come within the usual standard and plus models from years past, but the firm additionally sells a more powerful model called the Galaxy S10 5G that can be able to connect to next-generation wireless networks. The 5G-enabled model includes a 6.7-inch display that is noticeably larger than that of the S10 (6.1 inches) and the S10 Plus (6.4 inches) and a quadruple-camera setup that features a 3D depth camera. That differs from the S10 and S10 Plus, which have triple-camera arrangements that lack the S10 5G’s depth sensor.