Reports over last couple of weeks have claimed that Samsung is set to unveil Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 and the company has recently sent out invites to its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event that is set to take place in Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Samsung’s latest announcement comes as the smartphone has been part of a number of leaks over last couple of weeks. Although we will have to wait to see if the claims are accurate, previous leaks have suggested that the smartphone will come with two different screen sizes. According to previous rumors, we will get a 6.3-inch display for the standard model and a 6.75-inch display for the other model which will be called Galaxy Note 10+.
Additionally, the series will have a variant that will contain a dedicated MicroSD card slot. However, neither of the models will feature physical buttons. Apart from this, leaked renders over last few weeks have suggested that Samsung is ready to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack with the upcoming series as the company adopts the industry standard of USB-C going forward.
As for specifications, it’s more than likely that the upcoming smartphone will feature Snapdragon 855 processor along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or more internal storage. As mentioned earlier, if you have bigger budget, you can choose the ‘Plus’ model in case you need extra storage with the microSD card slot. Moreover, the teaser for the event showcased the traditional S-pen for Note series along with suggestion that the phablet will come with a center punch hole camera.
Unless Samsung endures similar scenarios to previously announced Galaxy Fold, you can expect the company to start taking pre-order for the upcoming device shortly after the announcement. Although we don’t know the pricing of the smartphone yet, it’s more than likely to be over $1000. Since we are just couple of weeks away, more details of the smartphone are likely to come out until the official announcement.