Samsung’s next Galaxy Note 10 will be officially unveiled on August 7. We had already tipped you on the speculations about the official launch date of the galaxy note 10, but Samsung has finally confirmed the rumors.
In a blog post yesterday, Samsung confirmed the launch date stating, “On August 7, 2019, Samsung Electronics will unveil new devices designed to take the Galaxy ecosystem’s connectivity to the next level.” Still, the launch is dubbed The Galaxy UNPACKED event.
The Galaxy Unpacked event will take place at the same location as last year’s event at Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center in New York. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come in two models; Galaxy Note 10 and the pro version Galaxy Note 10+. Besides the two models will also come in two variants, a 4G LTE and a 5G option which makes a total of four devices.
The Galaxy Note 10 (SM-N970, 4G LTE model and SM-N971, 5G version) is expected to feature a 6.3-inch curved OLED display. The United States and Europe models will run on the Snapdragon 855 SoC while Samsung’s Exynos 9820 SoC will power devices for the rest of the market.
For a rumored price range of $1100-$1200, you get a triple camera set up at the back made of a 12MP camera (variable aperture), a 12MP telephoto camera, and a 16MP Ultra-wide camera. Other rumored specs include an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint and a 3400mAh battery.
The high-end model, Galaxy Note 10+ (SM-N975,4G LTE and SM-N976, the 5G variant), will feature a bigger 6.7-inch curved AMOLED display. On the optics, expect a triple camera setup like the base model, but the Note 10+ has an additional unique feature, Time of flight sensor (ToS) aimed for improved depth sensing.
A 4000mAh battery will be its powerhouse and for fast charging a 25W charger will be dragged along. The selfie camera on both models has a punch-hole design positioned at the center according to the live images that leaked previously.
The Note 10+ 5G variant for the US has appeared on benchmarks which featured 12GB of RAM and a 128GB of storage. The global version had 8gigs of RAM with similar storage capacity.
Other specs that won’t be forgotten is Samsung’s PowerShare reverse charging, and an S-pen. Still, the Galaxy Buds will be included I’m sure Samsung won’t miss to include their new Airpod-like babies in their Note 10 devices.