Samsung to launch Galaxy Note 10 tomorrow


Samsun has confirmed that it’s launching the NotE 10 tomorrow (Wednesday), and the event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The phone itself will serve as the successor to the Note 9. Samsung has a couple of premium phones under its belt (for example, it plans to charge $2,000 if and when the Fold is eventually released), but Galaxy Note phones stand out as part of Samsung’s ultra luxe line.
The first Galaxy Note launched in 2011 and the handsets are usually outfitted with an expansive screen, an embedded smart stylus called an S Pen and top-of-the-line hardware. In short, the Note represents Samsung’s best-of-the-best. For that reason, it’s no surprise there has been plenty of anticipation and curiosity surrounding the phone. Could it have 5G connectivity like the Galaxy S 10 5G, or will it feature a swivel selfie camera like the Galaxy A80! Perhaps the Note 10 will be one of the two foldable phones Samsung said it would release after the Galaxy Fold (though we highly doubt it).
As previously mentioned, Samsung confirmed that the Note 10 will be unveiled tomorrow in New York. A purported image of a Samsung headphone dongle was leaked by SamMobile and further corroborates the rumor that the Note 10 will not have a headphone jack. Another image of the Note 10, which shows the phone without the audio port. If the rumors are true, this would be a major shift in design, since Galaxy phones are among the few premium phones to still include the beloved 3.5mm audio port.
The Note 10 may have a fresh coat of paint. Once again, the Note 10 will have a flaming pink color variant, like the Galaxy S10. The phone will also have a matching pink S Pen. These images are from Samsung’s official marketing, and because the shade already exists on the Galaxy S10, this rumor isn’t too far out there. Then again, who knows.

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