Samsung has officially confirmed the launch date of its next upcoming flagship — the Galaxy Note 10. The Unpacked Event scheduled on August 7, wherein we believe we can witness not one but two Galaxy Note 10 devices, unlike every year — as earlier reports and renders have suggested that there would be the regular Galaxy Note 10 and a Note 10 Pro variant as well.
The Pro variant of the upcoming Galaxy Note is said to be named as — the Galaxy Note 10+, following the similar trend of iPhone ‘Plus’ series. The new naming has been revealed earlier — thanks to the leaks of hands-on images, which showcased us on what the larger variant of the Galaxy Note 10+ looks like. The hands-on indicated a single camera, which is likely the Infinity O display, unlike the Galaxy S10 series, the front camera would be aligned in the center on the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 series.
As for the new Samsung teaser is concerned, it had revealed Samsung’s conventional S-Pen stylus drawing a single camera, which is believed to be the front-facing camera, confirming the earlier leaks renders and first hands-on images. Like any other Note device released earlier, the primary emphasis of the upcoming Note device would naturally be on the S-Pen since it has become the signature of the Note series.
Nonetheless, the new Samsung teaser confirms the earlier reports of the launch date of the new Galaxy Note 10 series, which we get to see on August 7, and it is anticipated to be released a month prior to the new trio of Apple iPhones as well. And, lastly, according to the earlier reports, we can expect the new Galaxy Note 10 series to feature a triple rear cameras aligned vertically, which is indeed different to what we have seen on the earlier Note devices, and an ultra-sonic under-display fingerprint sensor as well, similar to Galaxy S10 series.
The expected specifications of the Galaxy Note devices include — a 6.3-inch 2K display and a 6.75-inch 2K display with HDR10+ support on the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10+ respectively. Under the hood, the Note 10 devices would be powered by Snapdragon 855 and the Exynos 9820 SoCs (Depending on your region). And, the triple rear cameras are said to be comprised of 12MP+12MP+16MP sensors alongside the ToF sensor. Samsung might finally ditch the headphone jack with the Galaxy Note 10 series since there were not present in the renders leaked earlier. As 2019 has become a start to the 5G connectivity, we can expect a 5G variant of the Note 10 as tailored to certain markets globally. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.