The new Note will be released around August / September. Two new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphones are expected this year. In addition to a standard variant, Samsung also has a Pro model in development – both will be available in 4G and 5G versions (four models in total). The Note 10 Pro 5G with model number SM-N976V just surfaced in a benchmark, which reveals more details about the aspect ratio of Samsung’s upcoming high-end smartphone with S Pen.

Samsung SM-N976V benchmark

Benchmark of Samsung SM-N976V

The HTMLTest was found by MobielKopen and reveals that model number SM-N976V runs on the Android 9 Pie operating system. In that respect nothing new of course. However, the screen ratio is remarkable. The phone has a resolution of 412×869 pixels. Although this is obviously not the actual resolution, it does indicate something about the screen ratio. Based on this information, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have a screen resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9.

The current Galaxy Note 9 has an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. The larger ratio of 19:9 can be achieved by the in-screen front-camera. The earlier this year released Galaxy S10 also has an aspect ratio of 19:9. It seems logical that the regular Note 10 features the same aspect ratio as the Pro model.

The Galaxy Note 10 sports a 6,28-inch display with 1440×3040 pixels and 536 ppi. The Note 10 Pro will be considerably larger. This model features a 6,75-inch screen with a 1440×3040 pixel resolution and 498 ppi. The screen size for the 4G and 5G models will be the same.

It seems Samsung will also integrate an extra powerful battery. The Pro variant will likely be equipped with a 4.500 mAh battery that support 25W fast-charging. In addition, it is expected the phone features a quad camera and a dual selfie-camera, comparable to the Galaxy S10 5G model. Based on previous years, Samsung will probably introduce their new flagship device end of August. The release will be scheduled for beginning of September.