Samsung Galaxy Note 10 New Renders Images Surface Online Ahead of Official Launch
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Render Image (Photo Credits: Slashgear)

Samsung, the leading technology giant will be hosting an Unpacked event in New York on August 7, 2019 wherein it is expected to launch its new flagship phone - Galaxy Note 10. Rumours also hint that the South Korean phone maker might reveal the launch date of Galaxy Fold at the event. Ahead of the launch, a new set of renders have surfaced on the internet that gives hint what Samsung might unveil at the launch. Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Flagship Smartphone To Come With ToF Camera: Report.

Some market reports also claim that the company might also launch a 5G version of the smartphone. We can expect a separate 5G Galaxy Note handset at the unpacked event. Moreover, we could see two Note 10 smartphones from Samsung wherein the regular version of Note 10 will sport a 6.28-inch display whereas the Note 10 Plus (Note 10+) will feature a bigger 6.75-inch display. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Launch Date Confirmed on August 7, 2019; Expected Price, Features & Specifications.

Under the hood, the Note 10 Series smartphones will be powered by the Exynos 9820, which will be clubbed with up to 12GB of RAM. It is also reported that Galaxy Note 10 will be ditching 3.5mm headphone jack as well as physical keys such as volume rockers and power button. Samsung Sued For Misleading Customers With Water Resistance Ads For Galaxy Phones By Australian Regulator.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Render Image (Photo Credits: Slashgear)

Previously, there have reports in the market claiming that the phone maker would include a Time of Flight or ToF sensor to the rear camera on the Galaxy Note 10 series. The new smartphone will pack a vertically aligned triple or quad-camera system on the left side at the back. Moreover, we will also be seeing QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display panels on the new Note 10 Series. More details about the smartphone will be revealed at the launch event.