Samsung has announced that it will be launching its Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York City. The company has started sending invites to the press for the launch event of the smartphone.
It is speculated that this year, Samsung will be launching two Galaxy Note 10 models instead of following its annual routine of unveiling only one. Similar to the Galaxy S10 smartphones that were launched this year, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature punch-hole selfie camera on its screen. Leaks and reports about Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have been pouring in months before the launch of the handset.
And now, some detailed images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note+ handsets have been shared by tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore on his Twitter account. In the latest leaks, the images of the new Samsung smartphones look almost identical and the only thing that makes them different is the back panels of the devices. It can be seen in the images that the Galaxy Note 10 has an LED flashlight placed next to the triple lens camera setup whereas the Galaxy Note 10+ sports a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor along with one more sensor placed next to its LED flash.
It is also being expected that the Galaxy Note 10+ variant will come with a bigger display screen. As we mentioned earlier, the company has always launched the smartphone in the market in a single variant. It will be the first time that Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Note 10 devices in two different dimensions with similar specifications.
To attract buyers, other companies such as Apple and Google have also been launching their devices in differently sized variants. Samsung has also been doing it with its Galaxy S series. In fact, both Samsung and Apple have seen excellent results with this strategy because not everyone likes big-screen devices. According to the past leaks that surfaced online, the Galaxy Note 10 model will not feature a Time of Flight sensor. The leaks showed that the upper variant that is Galaxy Note 10+ will be equipped with ToF sensor on its rear panel. The images that have been shared now on Twitter confirm this.
We should also mention that the company may also relaunch its Galaxy Fold and announce the availability of its Galaxy Home speakers that was unveiled last year along with Galaxy Note 9.
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