Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled in just over a month
Samsung already unveiled a couple of great handsets this year, but the best is yet to come. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is the upcoming flagship and the South Korean company will most likely unveil it on August 7th, in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. This is the place where the tech giant’s Unpacked event will take place, so it’s safe to assume that it is also the place where the company will announce its Note handset of the year, as usual. The official invitation to the event doesn’t specify the gadget per se, but it does have a pen on its poster, so it’s quite obvious what is coming toward us.
Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will bring along some really nice changes, and while it will keep its signature curved design, it will also borrow some features from this year’s Samsung Galaxy S10 too. Naturally, the Pen that gives meaning to the Note series will also get some improvements. What is really a novelty is the fact that according to rumors, Samsung will not stop this year at releasing only one Note device, instead, it will launch two. The smaller one will reportedly have a 6.3-inch display. The larger device will most likely be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, and it will don a 6.8-inch screen.
Under the hood, we expect to see the most powerful specs, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset in the US and China versions and the Exynos 9820 for the rest of the world. The handsets should offer at least 8GB of RAM, and according to some, there could even be a model that would include 12GB of memory. As for the internal storage, Samsung never disappoints in this section and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ could include as much as 512GB of it, with the possibility to further expand the storage of the device via microSD cards.
Triple or even quad camera setup on the back is foreseeable, naturally, with some amazing sensors and an even better app to turn images into masterpieces. Note devices usually have great cameras and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will certainly not be an exception from the rule. The handset will run Android Pie- based One UI out of the box and it will be among the first devices to get the operating system upgrade once it rolls out. The battery could be a 4,500mAh one, and it hopefully won’t cause any trouble.
Unfortunately, it’s not likely that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come for a small price. The handset will probably cost somewhere around $1,100- $1,200. Naturally, it will have all sorts of features Samsung fans love, so it might be worth its price in the eyes of many smartphone users. Since there are only a few weeks left until the launch event of the device, it’s highly likely that leaks will surface soon, revealing everything we need to know about the Samsung flagship device.