Over the last couple of years, Samsung has announced the latest Galaxy Note device during July or August with the actual release following a few weeks later. The new flagship smartphone contains both a face recognition feature and a fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone.
Samsung responded to reports of its Galaxy S10 face recognition bypass flaw by telling TechRadar, "Face recognition is a convenient action to open your phone". With a slight common-sense we can figure out it as a 5G version of Galaxy Note10.
The global version of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 received the One UI update based on Android 9.0 Pie in January and February and just this month, the carrier-locked version got the OTA update too. Samsung fans were hugely disappointed by last year's boring Galaxy S9 upgrade since it looked exactly like 2017's Galaxy S8 and offered no compelling new features at all.
SK Telecom said its dual connectivity technology, which combines 5G and 4G LTE mobile networks, will deliver up to 2.65 gigabytes per second (Gbps) wireless speed for Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G model, which is expected to hit the shelves in mid-April.
This suggests that Samunsg's Galaxy Note 10 - which is pitched as the big boy of the family - will come with an AMOLED display that is at least 6.7-inches from corner to corner. So, if you buy yourself a shiny (and pricey) new 5G phone, you mostly likely won't be able to reap any benefits from the addition of 5G support. In fact, AT&T is trying so hard that it's going as far as updating phones with a fake "5G E" icon to mislead customers and make them believe they're connecting to a next-generation network. As usual, the geeks over at the XDA development community has put it under the knife to find the hints for the plausible Galaxy Note 10 5G.
This, as you can see, is interesting because of two reasons. It is reported that the Galaxy Note 10 code is "davinci", which is judged to be the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10. We'll keep you updated on the latest.
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