Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly launch on Wednesday August 7th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, according to trusted sources.
This is the same venue the South Korean technology giant launched the Note 9 last year. Although considering that the launch is two months away, Samsung might change its plans or stick to them.
2019 has been quite a big year for Samsung, the firm has launched multiple Galaxy S10 phones and mid-tier Galaxy A series like the A30, A50, A80 and A90 in some markets. We’d love to mention the Galaxy Fold as well, but the less said about it the the better.
We are not yet sure about how many models of the Galaxy Note 10 Samsung will launch on the August 7th but based on the rumors, you can expect more than one model.
Introduced in 2011, the first Note kicked off the trend toward bigger displays on phones. This trend eventually became the norm across the mobile industry. The size of the first Note’s screen which was 5.3 inches, now seems almost small compared to giants, such as the Note 9’s 6.4-inch display and the iPhone XS Max’s 6.5 inch-screen.
As much as the big screen phablet has a fervent fan base, the Note line doesn’t sell as well as Samsung’s Galaxy S devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come packed with premium features like four rear cameras and a 5G variant, and from the looks of it, the phone might get another piece of cutting-edge tech: Sound on Display (SoD) tech which means that instead of a front-facing speaker on the top of a handset, its whole screen vibrates like a diaphragm to create sound.
The Galaxy Note 10 wouldn’t be the first phone to use the feature because we’ve already seen this tech in the LG G8 ThinQ and Huawei P30 Pro which had a RRP of $1000. Highly implying that the Note 10 might cost between $700 and $1000. Fonehouse might be one of the first stores stocking the phones.
We will find out more about the device before August 7 launch, so stay tuned to TechMoran for the latest leaks and news.