The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, one of three new flagship phones expected from the manufacturer, could be a giant. According to a new report from The Bell, Samsung is planning to release the S10 Plus featuring a hefty 6.44-inch display.
The current Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus features a 6.2-inch display. If, as rumours suggest, the new S10 Plus features even less bezel for a full screen front, then that jump to 6.44-inches could mean only a small increase in frame size. So we could be getting a far larger screen without taking up much more pocket space.
The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to get a 6.3-inch display without quite as efficient a screen to body ratio. All that should mean the new S10 Plus is not much bigger than the Note 9 yet offers a larger screen. This could also be 4K resolution if rumours prove accurate.
Samsung is also rumoured to launch its under-screen ultrasonic fingerprint sensor and a triple lens rear camera on the S10. But with an improved S Pen expected on the Note 9 that may be enough to sway you.
If you're still unsure what to hold out for then remember there should also be a totally new Galaxy X foldable phone due to launch in February. Confused enough yet?