The Note fans are so eager to see Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch, and we tech enthusiasts are too, but with so many leaks over the past couple of months, it seems like the company won’t have anything to launch at all if these leaks are accurate. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be officially launched on August 7 in New York, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Coincidental or not, it is the same place where the Note 9 was revealed about one year ago.
No QHD Screen
With only four days left to the official release, a leaker tweeted some new features that the Note 10 will have, and one feature, in particular, is quite disappointing. The handset will have a super-fast wired and wireless charging, as for the primary camera, it will have 12MP with an f/1.5 aperture.
Regarding the display, it will have not a QHD but an FHD display, and that might infuriate the fans because they will have to settle for a Full HD+ resolution. Intriguing is the fact that every Note smartphone starting from the Note 3 to the Note 9 has been incorporated with a QHD display and the question is, why not the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 too?
This needs to be taken with a grain of salt because it is but a leak, and it might not be 100% true, yet uncertainty remains. The only possible reason for the FHD display is that the more moderately specked model, the Note 10 will feature it, and a Note 10 Plus would incorporate the QHD display.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Water Resistance is a Plus
The other piece of info we’ve got from the leak is that the Note 10 will have an improved IP69 dust and water resistance certification. No surprise there given the fact that the Note 9 was rated with IP68. The dust rating is the highest grade to date and certifies the device with a totally dust-tight structure. The 9 is from the water-resistance and is technically bound to get “protection against high-pressure, high-temperature jet sprays, wash-downs or steam-cleaning procedures.”
These new pieces of news we’ve got from the leak look promising except for the FHD display, but we should be patient as of now. With only four days to go to the official release of Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the Korean company might keep some aces up their sleeve and only then will they confirm or discard the leaks.
Dorothy has been a journalist for ten years and has been working with the Tech News Watch staff since the beginning of the news site. Her main contribution to Tech News Watch are mobile, IT and science news, with a focus on software updates and great outer space discoveries.