Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 10 launch date

The latest release in the Note series is incoming and the rumours and speculation have been rife. Samsung has confirmed the Note 10 launch date by sending out invites to the event.
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch event

 
The invite from the manufacturer has confirmed the official launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will take place on August 7th. We will get our first look at the device in Brooklyn, New York at the Barclay’s Center. The image hints at a new range of selfie capabilities and the invite link says that this launch will take the “Galaxy’s connected ecosystem to the next level”.
 

 

 
 
The event will be taking place in the afternoon at 4pm local time, which is 8pm UK time on August 7th 2019.
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 features

 

 

 
There have been a lot of rumours and leaks about the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10. So far, we know we will be getting a phone with a similar look to the Galaxy S10 with slim bezels. A punch-hole design will be used on the display for the selfie lens.
 

 
Multiple hints show that the camera lens for the selfie will be a single camera in the centre of the screen. The rear camera on the Galaxy Note 10 will be a triple lens setup with a depth sensor and high-end main camera.
 


 

 
The processor is expected to be a Snapdragon 855 and a possible performance-busting 12GB RAM. The ecosystem hint is possibly pointing to the additional Bixby features and Samsung SmartThings. SmartThings is the smart home range from the manufacturer so we can expect plenty of nifty smart home controls. The S Pen is given a bump in specifications at each launch, so we will be seeing lots of things from the built-in stylus.
 

 

 

 
At the moment these features are not fully confirmed by the manufacturer so we will have to wait for the official launch. August 7th will soon be here so we don’t have too long to wait.
 

 
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