After the presentation of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, an impressive phone that surpassed the latest Samsung smartphones, everyone watched the Galaxy S10 and Note10. Now that we know which processor will be equipped in Europe (last week, Samsung introduced the Exynos 9820 chipset), it's time to find the first details about the performance capabilities of their displays.
The latest rumors about the Galaxy Note10 speak of adjusting with a 6.66-inch 4K display. It would be the strongest smartphone on the market, the only other 4K handset equipped with the Xperia X Premium, which Sony surrendered two years ago, but it only worked at full resolution to play 4K content. However, it is unclear whether this panel will be perforated by "Infinty-O" or will benefit from the "New Infinity" panel that offers full-screen mode and the ability to hide the camera behind it.
The size of the screen is also unexpected. The Galaxy S9 Plus stops at 6.2 "diagonally, while the Galaxy Note9, Samsung's largest smartphone, is a 6.4-inch diagonal. The truth is that competing companies like Apple have already switched to "Max" on the 6.5 "plates, while the Huawei Mate 20 X has a 7.2-inch screen. Let's not forget the foldable the Infinity-Flex screen, which has a 7.2-inch screen.
While the 4K resolution on such a small screen will not have a big difference in normal use compared to the current QHD + screen, it could significantly improve the experience with the Gear VR virtual reality spectacles in collaboration with Oculus VR. Considering that the core of the phone will be a very powerful chipset, the Exynos 9820, which will be replaced in the US and China by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, is likely to push the AR and VR functions of its new management system even with a stronger display.