Tuesday, 23 July, 2019

Galaxy Note 10 Release Date Tipped for August 23

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The top-down view gives us a view of the top side of the handset, which features several intriguing holes.

US Government Agency Federal Communications Commission (FCC) accidentally posted the photos of Samsung's upcoming flagship device Note 10. But Samsung has made a habit in recent years of simultaneously debuting its flagships in the USA and South Korea, and we have no reason whatsoever to expect the company to break with tradition next month.

But while we know where the phone will be announced and when, we don't know a lot abut the features it will entail just yet. Also noted on the back is an offset camera thought to be a depth sensor.

Samsung will likely launch both LTE and Wi-Fi-only versions of the Galaxy Watch Active 2.

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The larger of two Note 10 models will measure in at 162.5 millimetres across and 77.6 millimetres (the Note 9 was 161.9 x 76.4mm). While the render shows a black model with a black leather band, rumors suggest that there will also be a gold and a silver option available.

You'll get to see two different screen sizes; 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED for the Pro model, while the regular Galaxy Note10 will offer a 6.3-inch display. They're speculated to have 1.5GB of RAM with 4GB of storage.

As per a report from WinFuture, the Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly start at Euro 999 (roughly Rs. 77,000) and this price will apply to a majority of European nations where Samsung has been selling its phones.

The Note 10 + will reportedly support 45w wired charging and 20w wireless charging.