Technology giant Google may have broken the norm by revealing the new design of its upcoming flagship Pixel 4 months ahead of its launch. However, other companies haven’t as yet warmed up to the idea yet. Samsung is definitely among them as it is being very secretive about its Galaxy Note 10 handset. But then, reports and rumours have been pouring about it for months now. Now, a report has surfaced online that claims that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will launch on August 7 in New York City. The first week of August is usually the time when the South Korean technology company unveils its Galaxy Note phablets, so this seems legit.
The report about the launch date of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 first surfaced on CNET and it quoted people familiar with the matter. We should mention that Samsung usually shows off its new phone technology with its Note phablet. This year, the company is expected to launch the handset in two different screen sizes and one among these will be a 5G-enabled device. Neither among the two will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Leaked renders of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have also surfaced on Pricebaba (in collaboration with @Onleaks) that show that the company will be eliminating the top and bottom bezels completely. The smartphone’s hole-punch selfie camera can also be seen in the middle of the top of the screen. According to reports, the bigger screen variant will sport a 6.75-inch display, while the smaller screen variant will be 6.3-inches in size diagonally. The rear panel will reportedly have three vertically stacked camera sensors.
Coming back to CNET’s report, it says that Samsung will be using Barclays Center in Brooklyn to host the event. The report has also mentioned that Samsung plans to make the Unpacked event “flashy” this year.
However, the real curiosity right now is not about the Galaxy Note 10, but about Samsung Galaxy Fold. Will the company use the event to relaunch the device? Or will it be cancelled completely? As of now, various reports claim that the handset will not start shipping until after Galaxy Note 10.
Recently, a report also claimed that Samsung Galaxy Fold’s new launch date will be sometime in July. However, the company denied this. With that, we clearly knew that we would have to wait longer to get out hands on the Galaxy Fold handset. But then, it’s better that Samsung fixes all the issues in it before it relaunches it even if that takes longer.
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