Published: Sat, June 22, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Samsung Galaxy Note10 Expected to Launch On August 7

Samsung Galaxy Note10 Expected to Launch On August 7

The leaked Galaxy Note 10 Pro covers show off a triple camera design similar to the regular one, but with a difference.

Another interesting potential feature of the Note 10, as reported by T3, could be its ability to beam Android apps to a computer screen, keyboard and mouse set-up.

All the accessories can be seen at Mobile Fun here.

Unlike other Note models before it, the Note 10 has been tipped to arrive in more than one variety. This year, its successor will be unveiled on August 7, most likely as Galaxy Note 10's wearable companion. Other notable rumours are that the S Pen could be equipped with its own camera, the Note 10 could sport four rear cameras, and it might be a buttonless device...

Up till now, numerous rumors enclosing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10's cameras have talked about how they will be organized reasonably than what the precise lenses are and what they'll do. There's no rear-facing fingerprint sensor here because the phone will feature an in-display sensor like the Galaxy S10, probably of the ultrasonic variety.

Samsung is expected to deliver the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 you can find in the Galaxy S10 lineup in the Galaxy Note 10. Despite recent missteps, Samsung surely wouldn't use this technology in one of its premier models if it sounded awful. A Russian blog called hi-tech claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be the having sky-rocketing prices. Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 will come out with two variants - a regular Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

The only surprising thing is that the headphone jack is apparently missing.

Smartphone cameras aren't there yet, but Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 will offer a step up, with three variable aperture settings, according to a leak published on SamMobile.

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