The Galaxy Note 10 is widely expected to launch in August but multiple reports in the past have been suggesting different dates. While it was previously reported that the launch would take place on August 10, a new report now suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled on August 7 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, which is the same venue where Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 last year as well.
Cnet reported on the new Galaxy Note 10 launch date based on people familiar with the company’s plans. The August 7 launch date is yet to be confirmed by Samsung and things could still change in the weeks to come. At the upcoming Unpacked event, Samsung is expected to announce not just a Galaxy Note 10 but also a Galaxy Note 10 Pro model.
The biggest changes expected from the Note 10 series is the display, which will see a punch-hole cutout on the top center of the screen and a vertical camera setup on the back. Like the Galaxy S10, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro should come with ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors. The Galaxy Note 10 phones may also drop the headphone jack as per recent reports.
The regular Galaxy Note 10 is said to offer a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, while the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will sport a bigger 6.7-inch screen. The Pro model may also house a 4,170mAh battery and will come with up to 12GB of RAM. There are rumours that the Galaxy Note 10 series will feature an updated Exynos 9825 chipset that could be based on a 7nm process and should offer a slight bump in performance and improved power efficiency.