A couple of weeks ago, we overlooked the speculation that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7th at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. Today, Samsung has confirmed this with a post on its website that says: “On August 7, 2019, Samsung Electronics will unveil new devices designed to take the Galaxy ecosystem’s connectivity to the next level.” This will be another event unpacked by Samsung. We should see the manufacturer introduce Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. There will be a 4G LTE and 5G variant of each phone, bringing the total number of units that will be presented to four. This will be the first time that Samsung has sold more than one version of the Galaxy Note at the same time.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (SM-N971 for the 5G version, SM-N970 for the 4G LTE model) should have a curved 6.3-inch AMOLED screen. In the US, you will find the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform that manages the device, while in almost all other locations the Exynos 9825 will be under the hood. The triple camera set up in the back will include a 12 MP variable aperture camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto camera, and a large 16-megapixel camera. The Galaxy Note 10 will have an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the screen and a 3400mAh battery. Reportedly, the prices will start between $ 1,100- $ 1,200.
A Variant of The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Will Have 12 GB of RAM
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (SM-N976 for the 5G variant, SM-N975 for the 4G LTE model) will have a curved AMOLED screen larger than 6.7 inches. In addition to having the same three camera sensors used in the standard version of the Galaxy Note 10 on the back, the Galaxy Note 10+ will feature a flight time sensor (ToS). It is used to measure depth more accurately to produce an improved bokeh effect in portraits. The battery of this model will be larger than 4500 mAh and a quick 25-watt charger will be supplied with the unit out of the box.
The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G appeared two times in the reference tests. One model (SM-N976V) was a Verizon phone 12GB version and included memory and Snapdragon 855 mobile platform. The international phone version (SM-N976B) came with 8GB of memory and Exynos 9825 under the hood.
The four models must be compatible with the reverse wireless charging function PowerShare will allow Galaxy Note 10 is placed face down and used as a platform for wireless charging. The Galaxy Buds carrying case and a compatible phone can be turned on this way. There is an important warning: the battery life of the host phone is reduced as is the loss of energy from that phone that receives the charge. And, of course, all four models will be equipped with an S Pen. Last year, Samsung made some important changes to the stylus, adding Bluetooth LE connectivity. Assuming they have no other changes, the S Pen remotely open the camera app in the Galaxy Note 10 from a distance of 30 feet and open the shutter or reversing camera. It can also be used to control the transmission of music or video on the phone.
The Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped with the Samsung Infinity-O display. This means that there is a punch hole camera for selfies that allows the phone to have a high screen-body ratio. Unlike other models that use this Sammy design in the Galaxy Note 10, the hole is at the top center of the screen, instead of being on the left or right side of the screen. This was seen in what are supposedly live photos of the device. And the other big design change is also related to the camera; The rear cameras will be mounted vertically along the left edge of the phone’s rear panel. Last year’s model had the rear cameras positioned horizontally along the top of the back panel of the phone.
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