5G Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Spotted? Galaxy S10 Code, Leaks Possible Features

A journalist holds the new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone at a press event in London
A journalist holds the new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone at a press event in London, Britain February 20, 2019. (Photo: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls)

Samsung has been speculated to be the first to release the 5G network, as rumors said that the company will have a Galaxy Note 10 5G version. After the launch of the Galaxy S10, the tech giant focused to deliver the maximum amount of aesthetic impact. Since the gadgets do not upgrade to UFS 3.0, the company features a brand new display with an additional camera sensor and new designs.

Recently, Samsung published the source code for the Galaxy 10 handsets. The XDA Developers found that one line mentions a device under the codename "Da Vinci." Previously, it was rumored that the "Da Vinci" is the Galaxy Note 10 codename. However, reports surfaced that the codename is the for the 5G edition, according to Tech Radar.

Also, another mystery device called "luge" is mentioned. But reports do not know yet if what does the codename refer to. It has been speculated to be one of Samsung's Galaxy A series of phones, or it could be entirely something else. But it is not for the Galaxy Fold or any of the S10 headsets as it was given a different codename.

Thus, it is quite interesting for fans, as what would the "Da Vinci" be. As speculated to be the codename of the 5G phone, consumers are on thrill to what will it look like. Thus, reports lead to a simple conclusion the Samsung might be on the works for the 5G release of Note 10.

Meanwhile, given that it is still early for this year, there are only a few details to report for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The information that was only revealed is that Samsung will increase the phablet's screen size to 6.6 inches this year. However, the information regarding the gadget is still limited, according to Wccftech.

In line, it is quite an interesting fact that Samsung might be the first one to release the 5G network. However, 5G is far from being fully mature. Thus, equipping a gadget with the required hardware for its connectivity will require the change of design. In that case, Samsung might need a longer time for its premium phablet brand, as it will require a redesign. As their phablet was just upgraded last year.

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