Samsung has reportedly begun developing the Galaxy Note 10 and given it the codename ‘Da Vinci’

Samsung has just released its latest flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 9, on August 9, and we are already hearing about the successor of the device.

According to the report, the South Korean company has begun developing the Galaxy Note 10 and has given it the codename ‘Da Vinci.’

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The report says, the next Galaxy Note device will come with innovative features, including an improved S Pen. On the design front, some industry officials forecast that the Note 10 will look similar to the Note 9.

The Galaxy Note 9 comes with Bluetooth-enabled S Pen for the first time, which has its own battery and works as a remote camera shutter or a presentation remote.

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“Samples of some components for Note 10 that we have received from Samsung look like those used in the last model,” an industry source was quoted by local news outlet The Bell as saying. “Similar to the Note 9, both sides of the phone will be curved, and the device will feature the ‘Infinity’ end-to-end display design with no physical home button,” the source added.

Samsung CEO, DJ Koh, said at a media conference in August that “Samsung has a two- to three-year development roadmap for the Note pen.”

Disclaimer: The above article is completely based on the report from the respective sources.

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