Samsung has confirmed the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the successor to the five-star Galaxy Note 9 which was launched last August. The new Galaxy Note 10 is going to be launched on August 7 and rumors suggest it’ll bring a host of significant updates to Samsung’s big-screened smartphone lineup. Samsung has posted a teaser video for its next Unpacked event which will be taking place at 4 p.m. ET at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Samsung sent out a dead-simple invite prominently displaying the business end of an S Pen on a stark white background, as if there would ever be confusion over what an August Samsung launch event would entail.
The media invite doesn’t reveal much about the Galaxy Note 10. The invite just shows an S Pen in black. We expect the S Pen that will be bundled with the Galaxy Note 10 to be smarter than ever before. The invite also reveals that the Galaxy Note 10 will come with an infinity display with the punch hole in the middle instead of the side. Having said that the Galaxy Note 10 will be the first device by Samsung to come with center placed punch-hole display.
The Note 10 series is tipped to see a drastic design and specs change when compared to the last year’s Note 9. It is being said that Samsung will have a total of four devices at the event. These are rumored to be the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and 5G variants of both. There are reports which claim that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro could be called the Galaxy Note 10+.