Da Vinci is the Galaxy Note 10 Codename

It has just been a month since the official release of the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Note 10 rumors have already started making rounds. The Bell, a Korean media outlet claims to have got its hands on the codename of the Galaxy Note 10. According to The Bell, Galaxy Note 10 will be codenamed as “Da Vinci”.

All of you probably know what Da Vinci was famous for. If the skills of Da Vinci are what have impressed the South Korean phone manufacturer, the Galaxy Note 10 could carry massive S Pen improvements. This year, we saw the Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen carrying remote control capabilities. According to Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh, it takes 2-3 years for the company to add even minor features to the S Pen. Since the S Pen is what makes the Galaxy Note a Note, Samsung could be already working on introducing new features in the S Pen to make the Galaxy Note 10 exceptional.

The Galaxy Note 7 was codenamed “Grace”. Galaxy Note 8 was codenamed “Great”. The Galaxy Note 9 is codenamed “Crown”. What’s interesting to note here is the similarity between the codenames of the previous Galaxy Note phones. If the Galaxy Note 10 carries the codename “Da Vinci” for real, which is completely different from the codenames of the previous Notes, the phone could boast of massive design changes as well.

What I think about Da Vinci!

Earlier today, a report also suggested the Galaxy S10 to come with Qualcomm’s 3rd-gen ultrasonic under-display fingerprint scanner. This same fingerprint scanner is expected to find its way on the upcoming Galaxy Note (Galaxy Note 10) as well. Samsung has already removed the home button from its phones. Currently, the Samsung phones come with 18:9 displays. The 19:9 notched displays are now becoming a norm. Samsung is definitely not going to opt for the ugly notch on its phones. We might see a tall 19:9 infinity display on the 2019 Samsung Galaxy flagship phones.

We are keeping our eyes on all the updates regarding the Galaxy Note 10. Let me know what do you think about the upcoming Samsung phablet. Don’t forget to stay connected with us.

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