Samsung has released a wealth of smartphones and tablets in recent years, and it seems that the company doesn’t plan to slow down.
Some sources claim that Samsung will offer two versions of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 devices. One version will sport a 6.28-inch panel while the other will provide a larger 6.75-inch display. It is also likely that the potential owners will have the option to choose between LTE and 5G versions.
Samsung released the S10 range two months ago, and customers can pick between the S10, S10 Plus, S10E or the S10 5G. The Samsung Galaxy Fold, the first foldable smartphone developed by the company, will be released later this month. It seems that Samsung plans to conquer the premium market since seven premium Galaxy devices will be available by the end of the year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might come out in August as its predecessors
The Samsung hasn’t officially announced the Galaxy Note 10, but a new version has been released each year ever since the first model was revealed in 2011. It is likely that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be released in August, a month which is favored by Samsung when it comes to the release schedule of new Note devices.
Some fans are already discussing the possible features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Many believe that it will offer a quad-lens camera setup. The exact numbers aren’t known yet, but they should be similar with the array found on the S10 5G which offers a 12MP telephoto lens, a 12MP variable aperture sensor, a 16MP ultra-wide lens, and an advanced 3D depth sensor.
Among most brazen rumors, we can find one which notes that Samsung plans to remove the physical buttons. The device could use new gestures to compensate for the loss or capacitive pads which could be mounted on the sides. It is also likely that the S Pen could be upgraded. Until an official announcement arrives, we can only hope that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be great.
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