The South Korean giant has reportedly started working on the Galaxy Note 10 and has codenamed it as 'Da Vinci.'
Last month, Samsung showed off its latest flagship — the Galaxy Note 9 and while its still hot on the shelves, rumours about next Galaxy Note series has already started surfacing on the web.
According to the Korean website named TheBell, the South Korean giant has already started working on the Galaxy Note 10 and has codenamed it as 'Da Vinci.' The report further predicts that by labelling the smartphone after the famous painter, Samsung could be focusing on improving the performance of 'S Pen,' which is the symbol of the Note series. Additionally, the report also quotes a previous statement from Samsung's CEO, DJ Koh where he said, "We have about two-three years roadmap for the evolution of the pen."
While the report doesn't reveal any major details of the device, it does hints that the design will be identical to the Galaxy Note 9 and would sport an Infinity Display and no home button — further ditching the rumours of a foldable Galaxy Note 10 next year. While it's still early to predict anything, Samsung was previously rumoured to release its first foldable phone and three variants of the Galaxy S10 in 2019.