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The Korean giant Samsung just launched its new Note- the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and is planning to bring the Samsung Galaxy S10 soon which is reported to come with a triple camera setup. Following the S10 launch, we will be seeing the next Note next year which has started getting into the rumor mill from now. As per the fresh reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is said to come with a large 6.66-inch Display.

The hint comes from the fact that Samsung has reportedly ordered 6.66-inch panels for the Galaxy Note 10 from Samsung Display. To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 came with a 6.3-inch panel, following which the Note 9 had a slight bump, having a 6.4-inch Display. This might be due to the reason that the form factor remains the same but bezels are being reduced with each new iteration, which will happen for sure with the Note 10 as well.

The new flagship Note with a larger screen will offer an 8% increase in surface area, a higher screen to body ratio, most likely in the same aspect ratio. It is expected to be one of the best displays as usual from Samsung, a Super bright Super AMOLED panel with a Quad-HD+ resolution and a pixel density of over 500ppi.

Anyways, it is the time for Galaxy S10 to show up first which will bear a 5.8-inch panel, while the larger S10+ will fit in for the 6.6-inch size. Its design was finalized back in April and is expected to be unveiled at MWC 2019, in February. In the meanwhile, the Note 10 with the code name “Da Vinci” is in works starting from now, hinting that the company is going for a longer development time for creating an overall better smartphone, of course, both need to offer something new and different in order to rock the 10th anniversary of S, and Note-series.

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