Samsung today launched the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, its flagship smartphones for the second half of 2019. The Note 10 series does not replace the Galaxy S10 series from earlier in the year. Instead, it is supposed to live alongside it. There is a clear overlap here though, so if you are wondering if you should buy the Galaxy S10 or the Note 10, read our comparison.
Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Announced: 6.3″ and 6.8″ Displays, Dual-Aperture Camera, No Headphone Jack
Samsung today officially launched the Galaxy Note 10 series at its Unpacked event. This time around, the company has launched two variants of the Galaxy Note 10 to better cater to a wider range of audience.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are scheduled to be launched tomorrow. As if the numerous leaks were not enough, we now have the leaked official feature document leak. The document walks you through all the new features and functionalities that Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will offer.
Samsun Galaxy Note 10 renders and leaks already hinted that upcoming Galaxy Note 10 will lack a headphone jack. Leaked picture of a headphone dongle for Galaxy Note 10 has lent further credibility to the earlier rumor.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series is scheduled to launch on August 7. However, the company is already allowing buyers to reserve the Galaxy Note 10 Series. Samsung is also offering a special trade-in price for your current device.
In around two weeks from now, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10 series at an Unpacked event. Spoiling Samsung’s party though, the detailed specs of the Galaxy Note 10 has leaked online courtesy of WinFuture.
The Galaxy Note 10+ has already leaked in some hands-on photos and today, thanks to WinFuture, we get to have a look at the regular Galaxy Note 10. The press renders show the Galaxy Note 10 in all its glory including its vertical triple-camera setup at the rear and the centered punch-hole selfie camera at the front.
Samsung today announced that it will be launching the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7th. The teaser from the company highlights the S Pen and the camera of the upcoming devices.
The first live photos of the Galaxy Note 10+ have leaked online. While rumors pointed to the device being called as Galaxy Note 10 Pro, Samsung will instead call it the Galaxy Note 10+.
Following the success of the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung is now preparing to launch the Galaxy Note 10. As per Cnet, the company is reportedly planning on launching the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7.