We came across a report earlier this month which stated that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Note10 on August 10. But now, citing people familiar with Samsung’s plans, CNETreports that this South Korean tech giant will unveil its 2019 Galaxy Note on 7th of August instead.
The launch event will be held in New York City at the Barclays Center, which is the same place where the Galaxy Note9 debuted last year.
Samsung is said to announce two phones under the Galaxy Note series this year – the vanilla Note10, and the Pro model. Leaked rendershave revealed that both the devices will have similar designs, except that the Pro variant will boast a larger display with an extra camera at the back.
Galaxy Note10 Pro (left), Galaxy Note10 (right)
This Note10 duo will sport a punch hole at the center of the display and will have no headphone jack. Samsung has also ditched the dedicated Bixby button which has been subject to a lot of hate in the past.
We are still more than a month and a half away from the expected unveiling of the Galaxy Note10 series, so expect more details to follow in the coming weeks.