Last month, according to a report, Samsung was planning to announce the flagship device, Galaxy Note10, on August 7. That report has proven to be credible because the leading smartphone manufacturer has confirmed that the date for the unveiling of its 2019 Galaxy Note lineup is slated for Wednesday, August 7. And the announcement will come up at the Galaxy Unpacked event that will hold in New York on that day.
Samsung does not say, explicitly, what it will unveil at the event; however, the maker released a video that features an S Pen and a single camera. This apparently shows the Galaxy Note10 will be the major highlight of the show.
Also, it likely that the camera in the clip suggests the Galaxy Note10 will feature a single punch hole camera that will be positioned in the center of the screen if what previous leaks said is anything to go by.
It’s been said that the tech giant will unveil a total of 3 phone models under the Galaxy Note family of smartphones in 2019: The vanilla Note10, the Note10+ as well as a 5G variant.
Both the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ will sport similar designs, but the latter device will have a larger screen and an additional rear camera. With the Note10 billed to launch in just a month from now, you can look forward to getting more updates on the phone in the coming days.