We’ve heard enough rumors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 arrangement, however, when will it really be launched? All things considered, it would appear that we’ve at last got a launch date and venue as well.
CNET reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will launch on August 7, 2019, referring to individuals acquainted with Samsung’s plannings. Besides, the website says that the new Note devices will release in New York City at the Barclays Center. This is a similar launch scene to the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung’s past Note device saw the daylight on August 9, 2019, before being available to people in general on August 24. So you can expect a comparative timeline for Note 10 to hit stores.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series might be available as a standard and a Pro Variant. The Pro model might offer a greater screen and four back cameras. On the contrary, the base variant might have just three cameras at the rear.
Recently spilled renders don’t demonstrate a Bixby key or 3.5mm port, however. The previous exclusion wouldn’t be a gigantic misfortune, yet the absence of a 3.5mm port is undeniably increasingly disruptive.
Those needing a Samsung flagship with a 3.5mm port likely to get the Galaxy S10 device rather at that point.
The next generation Galaxy Note might be promising if we consider the number of leaks that have already surfaced by now. But, will people really miss the headphone jack.
Considering that every 2 our of 5 OEMs are ditching the headphone jack.
This is all because of Apple started removing the same for some apparent weird reasons actually.
Source: Android Authority
Also, Read: Asus 6Z is the new addition to the Indian market
You might also like
More from Samsung
The upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro renders have surfaced online, and they look better than the current 'Beans'. The new TWS …