As per the latest exclusive report from CNET the South Korean giant, Samsung is getting ready to announce the next flagship Galaxy Note 10 series on August 7th. The company will take the stage at the Barclays Center in New York City to hold the next Unpacked event. The source report refers to the “people familiar” with the matter are confirming the August 7 launch.
If the report is accurate it won’t be surprising to see the next Galaxy Note phone in the first week of August. Last year the Galaxy Note 9 was also launched at the Barclays in August. As the launch event is still a few good weeks away the company could change plans. However, the chances are high Samsung will stick to August 7th launch plan for the next Galaxy Note lineup.
Samsung usually introduces new technology with the Note lineup. The Galaxy Note Edge was the company’s first phone with edge display, later on, the company introduced dual edge display with the S6 Edge. This year what we heard so far suggests the company will be bringing two variants of Note 10 lineup.
The standard model will have even smaller 6.28-inches display than the predecessor whereas the top-tier model will have gigantic 6.75-inches display. One of the variants will have a 5G model. The Galaxy Note 10 lineup will be the company’s first flagship series without the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.
Recently the well-known tipster @Onleaks shared the Galaxy Note 10 render. The leaked render hints the Note 10 will have almost zero bezels at the top and bottom of the display. The punch-hole will be shifted in the top center, So far none of the phones have such punch-hole design.
The standard model is expected to have triple rear cameras aligned vertically. The top-tier model will have quad rear cameras on the top left corner. Apart from the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung fans are also keen to know more about the Galaxy Fold.
The company delayed the release a couple of times that’s why Samsung fans are curious regarding its future. As per the latest info the Galaxy Fold will be shipped after the Galaxy Note series. It means Samsung fans will have to wait for a couple of months more for the release of the first foldable phone from Samsung.
As the expected launch event is still a few weeks away, we can expect more leaks and rumors will appear in coming days. Feel free to share your thoughts with fellow readers regarding the Galaxy Note 10 alleged announcement in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.