Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is coming on August 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 - Feature Image

The South Korean smartphone maker is all set to introduce its Galaxy Note 10 on August 7. The brand took this announcement to Twitter. The Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York where Samsung’s super-sized Samsung phone would be showcased. The invite shared by the company doesn’t reveal explosive details, but it subtly hints that a punch-hole design is coming on the Galaxy Note 10. 

Allegedly, Samsung is believed to be putting that punch-whole selfie camera in the dead center on the screen. With a rumour of a refreshed design for the Note 10, just like Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+, we could be seeing a front-facing camera embedded in the display. With of course a differentiation, it will be staring you. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Specifications

Samsung is believed to be introducing dual Note phones with a difference in display sizes, which is something they’d be borrowing it from its S line-up. Plus, the brand is supposed to introduce 5G variants as well. Thus, we may see a total of four Galaxy Note 10 variants. Amen to that!

While everyone in the room would be talking about the Galaxy Note 10 at the launch day, most people would like to talk about the elephant in the room. That elephant is the Galaxy Fold, which is indefinitely delayed, and was pushed to market before it was ready, as quoted by Samsung co-CEO Dj Koh. 

Plus, if you’re someone who saw the Galaxy Note 9 launch and is wondering about the Galaxy Home Speaker announced alongside it last year. Then, you know what, we are alike. The brand has missed multiple release window for its smart speaker. While a brand like Google and Alexa taking leads in that segment, Samsung loyalists are still wondering about the availability of the Galaxy Home speaker. 

What do you guys think of the Galaxy Note 10 launch in India? When should it arrive in the country? Let us know in the comment section below.


Our Latest Videos

Prev 1 of 157 Next
Prev 1 of 157 Next

Vishal Toshiwal

Vishal is the Swiss-knife at Mr. Phone, he takes pride at his behind the camera skills of shooting poor portraits. He’s a creative thinker who comes up with the weirdest ideas. You can find him posting on Instagram or tweeting his thoughts on south Indian music and cinema.