Up until now, there have been several rumors and leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Now there are reports about the smartphone’s launch date. People familiar with Samsung’s plan said that the flagship smartphone is all set to be unpacked at the company’s New York event on 7th August 2019. Moreover, the launch event will take place in Brooklyn; most importantly, at the famous Barclays Center.
Samsung released the previous Note smartphone in August
Barclays Center was the same place where Samsung launched the yesteryear’s Galaxy Note 9. Contrarily, the previous reports suggested that the new Galaxy Note 10 will launch on 10th August.
According to an online source, as the event is still two months away, Samsung might pick a date as it sees fit. Samsung hasn’t yet confirmed or denied the launch date of its forthcoming flagship, but there is a highly likely chance that the event will take place in August.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come in two-three variants
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to be released in three variants, the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Pro, and an affordable Note 10e. The Note 10 and Note 10 Pro will sport an infinity-O display. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Note Series will sport punch-hole camera on its display for clicking selfies. The front camera will be situated in the middle of the screen and not near the bezels.
The Note 10 series will not come with a 3.5 mm headphone jack; this suggests that the flagship devices are ditching the headphone jack for good. Additionally, smartphones will sport tri-camera set-up, including the affordable variant Note 10e. Samsung has chosen to set the triple camera module vertically.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature 5G, big battery, and screen
The Note series from Samsung focuses on showing off the technological advancement of smartphones. The pro version of Note 10 will come will 5G-enabled network module.
The Note 10 will come with a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen whereas the Note 10 Pro will sport a Super AMOLED 6.8-inch display. Both the smartphones will be powered by 4,170 mAh battery for robust battery backup. The Galaxy Note 10e is likely to sport a 3,400 mAh battery, and the details regarding the display and storage are unknown. As far as the onboard storage is concerned, Note 10 will come with 128 GB storage whereas Note 10 Pro will feature a 1 TB built-in storage.
Will Note 10 series smartphones be big enough? Only time will tell.