Following the massive leaks over the past week, Samsung has finally decided to reveal when they would be revealing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to the world.
Samsung has revealed that they would be unveiling the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on August the 7th. The event, as usual, would be taking place in NYC, USA, where Samsung is rumored to reveal a family of Note 10-branded devices to the masses.
According to rumors and leaks, the Samsung would be revealing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in two variants, the Galaxy Note 10, and the Note 10 Plus, with the Plus featuring a plethora of extra goodies and features under its hood. While leaked pictures have revealed massive design changes over the Galaxy Note 9 from last year and from this year’s Galaxy S10 family, what’s yet to be revealed is what the Note 10 Plus brings to the table next month.
Based on the trailer published by Samsung earlier today, it seems like Samsung would be revealing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family in a plethora of new color schemes as hinted by the shadow of the rotating S-Pen in the trailer. If our skepticisms are correct, we could be looking at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family launching in at least four colors; black, blue, red, and yellow. Furthermore, the trailer also seems to be confirming the reposition of the cutout camera as detailed in the trailer, making the position of the camera a whole lot more symmetrical and appealing to some.
Regarding any massive changes, we wouldn’t be betting on much yet. However, the biggest improvement with the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus has to be the inclusion of their new UFS 3.0 modules. Samsung had announced mass production of their new UFS 3.0 chips ahead of the launch of the now ill-fated Galaxy Fold back in March but only managed to arrive in the OnePlus 7 Pro last month trumping Samsung at their own game.
If we were to continue rolling the rumor mill, we’d say that we may see a marginally larger battery, probably around the 4300mAh mark this year along with at least three cameras stalking the back of the device.
With the Note 10 now confirmed to be revealed within a month’s time, we can’t wait to see what Samsung reveals later this week.