The Samsung Galaxy Note series is known for its great performance and design which provides purchasers with the opportunity of having anything they need into one flagship smartphone.
Even though the design of the Galaxy Note 9 has not changed too much from its predecessor, the phone is still remarkable, and maybe its predecessor will offer a better design.
Galaxy Note 10 release date and price
What is for sure is that Galaxy Note 10 will not be launched until August next year. It should be announced at the beginning of the month and become available for purchase later as it happened with the Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 came at the starting price of $899, and the next one in the series will surely not be cheaper.
As Galaxy Note 9’s design was not as changed as we would have wanted, maybe its predecessor will get a redesign, or at least this is what we hope. However, it will be a challenge for the South Korean company to add something else besides the built-in S Pen, the large display, the combination of metal and glass and the curved edges.
According to some rumors, the next Galaxy Note will no longer feature a headphone jack nor a fingerprint sensor. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is confirmed to giving up the fingerprint sensor for one under the display, tactic which might be used for the next Galaxy Note too.
Regarding the colors of the Galaxy Note 10, it will either be available in ombre colors, but a better version from the mid-range Galaxy A9 or the South Korean company will introduce impressive colors such as they did with the Metallic Cooper for the Galaxy Note 9.
What is for sure when it comes to the display of the next in line Galaxy Note is that it will be equipped with a large display. If the bezels at the bottom and top of the Infinity Display will be reduced, we do not know, but maybe the company will introduce a notched display.
The screen of this phone will measure 6.66 inches. The size will be quite improved from the predecessor of the Galaxy Note 9. It will also feature a Super AMOLED panel with HDR compatibility, and hopefully Quad HD+ resolution.
What we can be 100 percent sure on is that the Galaxy Note 10 from Samsung will be running on no other but the hardware of 2019. It would not be surprising at all if the company that manufactures the phone would introduce the Exynos for the UK and the Qualcomm for the US as it has been doing for the year with both its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series of devices.
The next generation chip from Qualcomm is the Snapdragon 855, which is likely to change its name into 8150. That would happen because the Qualcomm models might spice up the things a little bit next year.
As it happened when the Galaxy Note 9 was launched and then available for purchase, the Galaxy Note 10 is most likely to have memories such as 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage and also 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage as its predecessor did. However, the Galaxy Note 10 might pass over the 6GB variant and introduce an 8GB RAM model with 256GB storage as the starting version. No matter what the company will choose to provide Galaxy Note 10 with, it is for sure that they will not remove the microSD support so that those storages can be extended.
When the Galaxy Note 9 was introduced, it came with a 4,000mAh battery which is most likely to be introduced in the Galaxy Note 10 as well. We do not doubt the fact that changes might happen, but the current Note series device offers great battery performance. Quick charging and wireless charging will still be happening for sure.
As AKG is owned by Samsung, we do not see why the company would not take advantage of it for the Galaxy Note 10. The speakers of Galaxy Note 9 are great and so should be its predecessors’.