Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Launch Date Leaked
Korean electronics giant Samsung is best known for its smartphones. The company launches its flagship smartphones twice a year, once at the beginning with the Galaxy S series, and then in the third quarter with the Galaxy Note series. As it has already introduced the Galaxy S10 lineup in the month of February this year, it is expected the Galaxy Note 10 will also be announced in the following weeks. Now, to confirm all suspicions, a report has leaked the launch date of the upcoming flagship device from Samsung. It is being claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 will officially be unveiled on the 7th of August.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
As mentioned above, the report claims the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched on the 7th of August in the official Unpacked event. As far as the location of the announcement is concerned; it has been revealed that the smartphone will be unveiled at the Barclays centre in Brooklyn, New York. Notably, this is the same venue where the device’s predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9 was launched last year on the 9th of August. While the information seems genuine, the date and venue can be changed before the official announcement as there is still time before the launch.
The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be a considerable improvement over its predecessor. Past leaks have claimed the smartphone will arrive in four variants, out of which at least one will support 5G; the next generation of mobile networks. The device will have a centred punch hole cutout to house the front camera and will have a vertical camera setup. This is unlike the horizontal camera systems the Galaxy S10 series employs. The leaks have also claimed the handset will let go of the 3.5mm headphone jack, which will be a first for a mainstream Samsung flagship. It is also expected to be priced considerably more than the Galaxy S10 series. While most details about the Galaxy Note 10 are all but confirmed; we will still have to wait for the official announcement in the month of August to douse our suspicions.