“Samsung Unpacked for the Galaxy Note 10 takes place on 7 August”

Samsung always launches its Note devices in or around August. For the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, the ‘Unpacked’ event will probably take place on August 7, just before IFA 2019.

Samsung seems to have a hard time in 2019 to keep information about its devices within the gates in advance. Earlier this year, all information regarding the Galaxy S10 series leaked (early), including the design and internal specifications. It seems to be no different for the Galaxy Note 10. OnLeaks has already shown renders of the Note 10 series; a series, because we will see two devices this year. As a side effect, the launch date has leaked this time. Once again, Samsung has opted for a launch in August, this time on 7 August. By that time we will probably see more and more renders , the design is also already on the street.

Samsung Note 10 and Note 10 Plus Launching in 2019

CNET cites sources within the industry that are familiar with the situation. According to the website, the launch will take place on August 7 at the Barclays Center in the United States. Samsung will have to make an effort to show the benefits of the Note series. Other devices, such as the OnePlus 7 Pro, are just as large nowadays and therefore serve a similar segment. With this renders, OnLeaks showed that the device will be virtually borderless. In addition, Samsung does not opt ​​for a pop-up camera but rather places a selfie camera on the screen. Furthermore, there would be a Plus and normal Galaxy Note 10. The difference among them is inthe screen format.

In addition to the larger screen, the plus would also get one extra camera module. Precise details rega rding the camera sensors are not yet available. For the computing power of the Note 10, Samsung for Europe will turn to Exynos for the 9820 SoC , if it will continue the method from earlier years. Finally, it is now clear that the Note 10 will be the first high-end device from the Korean manufacturer without a 3.5mm audio port. Until now, Samsung was known as one of the few manufacturers that still installed the port on all its devices. Galaxy A telephones served as a test platform for the change, so Samsung’s Galaxy A80 no longer contains a 3.5mm audio port.

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