More than a week ago, a rumor suggesting the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on August 7, 2019, surfaced on the web. Well, indeed the launch event is on August 7 as it has been made official by the South Korean tech giant where it will hold an ‘Unpacked 2019’ event.
Note that Samsung hasn’t explicitly mentioned that it will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, however, it is a common knowledge that Samsung usually launches its Note series in August similar to last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launched on August 7 as well.
Samsung has posted a short clip showing its S Pen that draws a circle that changes into a single camera sensor which is a hint towards the upcoming Note 10 series that will sport a single punch-hole front-camera set up right at the middle, unlike other Samsung Galaxy S10 which had a punch-hole camera on its right side. There have been a plethora of rumors on the upcoming Note series such as there will be a standard Vanilla Note 10, Note 10+, and finally, a Note 10 5G variant.
According to GSMArena, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have similar designs i.e. a plush curved Super AMOLED display with tiny bezels on its top and bottom while the Plus-sized model will grab a larger AMOLED display as said along with an extra camera at the back arranged in a vertically stacked camera bump similar to Samsung Galaxy A9 or Apple iPhone X (2017) for reference.
The tech giant hasn’t provided a headphone jack on Note 10 series while the Bixby button has been removed with it as well. The Note 10 will grab a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display at a maximum frequency of 2.7 GHz thanks to its Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor or its equivalent Exynos 9820 8nm processor that it will use at EMEA regions. It will sport a triple 16+12+12MP camera setup which means the Galaxy Note+ variant will have a quadruple-camera setup at the back.
Gear up for the Unpacked 2019 event to be held at the Barclays Center, New York City where its predecessor was officially introduced as well.
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