Google could be satisfied to tweet photos of its next pixel phones; however, Samsung’s Galaxy Notice 10 seems to be adopting a more conventional script. People acquainted with Samsung say it is going to launch on August 7th in New York City. The first week of August is indeed the correct timeframe for a Note launch.
The Note is traditionally Samsung’s premier platform for exhibiting new phone expertise (setting apart the Galaxy Fold for a moment). This year, rumors point to the corporate designing two different sizes, one of which will be 5G, and neither of which will have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The latest leaked picture exhibits Samsung getting closer to removing the top and bottom bezels altogether. It additionally moves Samsung’s hole punch selfie camera to the center, instead of off to the side as it’s on the Galaxy S10. Rumors point to the more prominent Note having a sizeable 6.75-inch display while the smaller needs to be 6.3 inches diagonally. It seems there will be three cameras on the back, positioned vertically instead of horizontally.
A link hints that Samsung will once again use the Barclays Facility in Brooklyn to host attendees and that the Unpacked event will likely be “flashy.”
Current rumors suggest it won’t roll out until after the Note 10. Samsung must do or say something before (or perhaps even throughout) this “flashy” Note 10 launch. In any other case, the Fold will hold over the whole occasion like a cloud.
There will be many rumors until an official announcement on Note 10 from Samsung. The stakes are higher than usual, too, since Samsung wants to indicate that it could handily replenish the gap that’s been made by the bans on Huawei’s phones.