It’s been four months to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 siblings but the buzz around yet-to-exist Note 10 doesn’t seem to die down. Rumors after rumors are ruining the surprise Samsung is planning for but you can’t blame people’s excitement. In the latest leak lead by tipster Evan Blass, the date of the upcoming has been leaked. The Galaxy Note 10 will be officially launched on August 7. To jog your memory, its predecessor, the Note 9 was launched on August 9. Earlier versions of the Note series were also launched in August. So it’s safe to assume that Samsung has made the August month its launch pad.
The South-Korean giant has selected Barclays Centre in Brooklyn for the Galaxy Unpacked event, the same venue where Note 9 was launched. There aren’t any official details but rumor mills are abuzz that Samsung will nix the 3.5mm headphone jack and the much-hated Bixby button. While the former is a disappointment, the latter is a relief.
More leaks point out to a bezel-less punch-out display with a camera in the middle of the screen. Earlier rumors suggested that Samsung will launch two Note 10s with difference visible only in the display and battery department.
Note 10 will feature a 4500 battery with the Snapdragon 855 (Exynos 9820 in some markets) and a minimum 8GB RAM. The base storage option could be a 128GB variant while it could go up to 1TB.