For now, there are not many details about the Galaxy Note 10, but we are sure that the line will not be discontinued.
Now, if rumors are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy A10 could pack flagship internals and debut in-display fingerprint scanner. Whereas some firms like Xiaomi and Lenovo are placing their entrance cameras on a mechanism that slides out from behind the show to be able to scale back bezel measurement and omit the notorious notch, Samsung has been experimenting with gap-punch designs. The only way to further increase the size of the Infinity display is to make it longer, and that's where the Infinity-O screen comes into play.
Pixel 3, released in October 2018, has already been producing magnificent results by using the same technique Galaxy S10 is going to feature. The feature hasn't been enabled on Samsung devices, and XDA-Developers is speculating that the feature will go live with the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Now little is missing, about two months or maybe even less, and the Galaxy S10 will be presented by Samsung with great fanfare, perhaps at MWC 2019 in Barcelona or a few weeks before.
The cheapest Galaxy S10, that has been referred to by some as the Galaxy S10 Lite, was said to come with a 5.8-inch display, 128GB of storage and be priced at £669.
The SM-G970F, believed to be the global version of the Galaxy S10 Lite, scored 514 points out of 555 in the test, revealing the phone runs Android 9.0 Pie and sports a resolution of 760 x 360 points. The resolution also indicates the screen will have a 19:9 aspect ratio. With at least three distinct Galaxy S10 models in play, it would make sense for Samsung to give the cheaper premium model a unique identifier.
YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss recently pitted the Galaxy Note 9 against the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, standard OnePlus 6T, Huawei Mate 20 Pro and OPPO Find X in a charging contest to see which filled up first.