The Galaxy Note 10 family
Historically, when Galaxy Note time rolled around, Samsung has almost always focused on delivering a single device. That probably won't be the case this time though. If persistent rumors and leaks hold true, the company could reveal as many as three versions of the phone: the Galaxy Note 10, the Note 10+ and a 5G model.
Let's start with the basics. Despite probably being the smallest of the new models, the standard Galaxy Note 10 will still be a handful, thanks to the 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display it's supposed to pack. For those keeping count, that's ever so slightly smaller than the screen we got in last year's Galaxy Note 9, but it could feel even more compact because of its impressive design. If a multitude of leaked images are to be believed, the Note 10 (and its bigger variants) will have barely there bezels and a tiny, center-aligned hole cut for a front-facing camera.
The downside here might be the screen's resolution. Samsung has run with Quad HD displays in all of its Note smartphones since the Note 4, but the standard Note 10 might only run at Full HD+ (think of it as a slightly stretched-out 1080p). If true, that choice should help keep the Note 10's price tag more manageable, but it's too early to say for sure if Samsung is trying to make a Note version of the S10e. If we had to guess, it's more likely that the bigger Note 10+ will be prohibitively expensive for some people, and Samsung wanted to make the Note line at least slightly more accessible.
In any case, the standard Note 10 is shaping up to be a powerhouse: Leaks suggest it'll use Qualcomm's recently updated Snapdragon 855+ chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. You should also expect a triple-camera system here like the one in the S10 and S10+, which includes standard wide, ultra-wide and telephoto lenses. The same should largely be true of the Note 10+ model, save for possibly more RAM (some people have said it would ship with a whopping 12GB), a 6.8-inch Dynamic OLED screen and an even bigger battery. If these reports are accurate, you can expect the Note 10+ to command a considerable premium over the regular model.