According to sources in the "electronics industry", speaking to The Bell, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have a 6.66-inch screen. Samsung apparently decided on this size earlier in October and has already delivered the specifications to Samsung Display (its OLED panel supplier).
With us still being almost a year from the likely launch of the Galaxy Note 10 we'd take this with a huge side of salt. Even if it is true it's possible that Samsung would change its mind between now and when mass production starts.
Bigger than Apple
However, it's not an unbelievable claim. Phone screen sizes have been gradually growing for years now and with the iPhone XS Max topping the Galaxy Note 9 with its 6.5-inch screen, Samsung might want to get back on top.
Surprisingly, this isn't even the first rumor we've heard about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, with an earlier one claiming that the phone is codenamed 'Da Vinci' – a suggestion perhaps that the S Pen would be getting some upgrades.
We'd expect to hear plenty more rumors between now and launch, but don't expect news to really hot up until the Samsung Galaxy S10 has launched, as this is the company's next flagship.
- The foldable Samsung Galaxy X might also land before the Note 10