With just a little over a day to go before Samsung Electronics would launch its Galaxy Note 10 series, it is time to look at everything rumors and reports have told us so far. By now, the design, specs and features about the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have been revealed and corroborated by multiple popular tipster. Samsung has also confirmed a few of them through teasers.
When is Samsung Launching its Galaxy Note 10 series?
Samsung is set to unveil its second flagship of the year—the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The global launch will take place at 1:30 am (IST) on 8 August (or 4 pm EDT on 7 August). For those who are confused, just sit through the midnight for about an hour and a half tomorrow and you’d be able to watch it live on this link.
Samsung has said that the Note 10 will come to India on 20 August. IANS reports the smartphone would go on sale on either 22 August or 23 August.
What to expect from the Launch?
Samsung is expected to launch two Note devices this year—Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. The handsets would either run a new Exynos 9825 chipset (for non-US regions) or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus (for US customers). The chipset would be paired with a 5G modem.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus will have 6.8-inch screen while the smaller one will sport 6.3-inch screen for a 100% palm-size fit. The displays are expected to have the ‘New Infinity-O” display; meaning they would have a circular notch cutout placed centrally on the top of the display.
While the Galaxy Note 10 is likely to come with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory, it is expected that Galaxy Note 10 Plus might come with a massive 12GB RAM with 512GB internal storage.
The Note 10 Plus is expected to be backed by a 4,300mAh battery paired with 45 Watt super-fast charging technology; while the smaller Note device would come with a 3,500mAh battery.
The S Pen is likely to get air actions or gesture navigation this time; allowing users to perform cool tricks while taking pictures or making power point presentations. Both the devices will have top-of-the-line features for gamers.
Microsoft is partnering Samsung to provide users with seamless connection between Windows PCs and Note 10 devices.
A Counterpoint report claims that the Note 10 sales would be similar to its predecessor. The new Galaxy Watch Active 2 and Galaxy Tab S6, that were launched globally on Monday, would still take some time to arrive in India.