Galaxy Note 10 rumors: August 7 release, details of casting, design, specifications and more


Samsung Award Note 10 is being released on August 7, according to people familiar with the company's plans. The event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and for Samsung fans waiting for a big-screen phone, the successor to Note 9 may be what is really worth the wait. This is because the launch of the other big phone from Samsung, the Galaxy Fold, is looking like precarious as always. It's been more than 45 days since Samsung delayed the fold, even if it said Fixed screen issues some reviewers were experimenting with pre-production units.

Although Samsung has some premium phones (the fold, for example, will cost $ 2,000 if and when it is eventually released), Note phones stand out as part of Samsung's ultra-luxury line. The first Galaxy Note launched in 2011 and the handsets are usually equipped with an expansive screen, a built-in smart stylus called S Pen and high-end hardware. In short, the note represents the best of the best from Samsung.

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For this reason, it is no surprise that there has been much anticipation and curiosity around the phone. It could have 5G connectivity like Galaxy S10 5Gor Does it own a selfie rotating camera as the Galaxy A80? Perhaps Note 10 is one of the two folding phones Samsung announced that it would launch after the Galaxy Fold (although I highly doubt).

Samsung's notice schedule for Note is not super consistent – Note phones are released in the winter, summer, and fall months. Lately, however, the company kept a summer presentation, so August 7 sounds totally plausible (Samsung declined to comment). Until the company says something officially, we've gathered the most intriguing, probable and compelling rumors we've heard about Note 10 so far.

Rumor: Note 10 May Not Have a Headset

Citing a source who is "familiar with company plans," the Android Police said Samsung could leave out the headset on note 10. This would be a major change in design since the Galaxy phones are one of the few premium phones that still include the beloved 3.5mm audio port. The store also said Samsung could replace physical knobs for volume and power with pressure-sensitive edges, similar to Pixel 3 and HTC U11.


Note 9 has a 6.4 inch screen.

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Rumor: Note 10 may have a screen of 6.66 inches

Notebooks from Samsung usually have generously sized displays to accommodate the S Pen Pen and stand out as a productivity machine. Rumors report that the newest iteration could have the largest screen still at 6.66 inches, according to igeekphone. Compare this to note 9, which has a 6.4 inch screen.

This does not necessarily mean that the overall footprint of the phone will be larger. As bezels become thinner and cellphone manufacturers are becoming more ingenious in relocating the front camera, Note 10 may also have the same physical size as Note 9, but still have a larger screen.

Rumors: the phone can have a ratio of 19: 9

Since we are on the topic of screen changes, the Dutch technology website Mobielkopen reported that Note 10 will display a new ratio of 19: 9. This is not entirely surprising since Galaxy S10 also has a 19: 9 screen. And if you're wondering, the current note 9 has a ratio of 18.5: 9.

Rumor: Note 10 may have a large, large battery

Supposedly leaked photos and reports from some publications, including the technology news sites BGR and SamMobile, saying that the Note 10 may have a large 4,300 mAh battery. This would be noticeably larger than the Note 9's 4,000 mAh battery and the 4,100 mAh Galaxy S10 Plus.

Rumors: There may be two (or four!) Note 10s


Two models of Note 10 are a possibility?

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The Galaxy S10 has three other variants of itself (S10 Plus, S10E and Galaxy S10 5G), so it would not be a surprise if, for the first time, Samsung decided to make more of a Note 10 model.

The rumored versions are a Note 10 of 6.28 inches and a 6.75-inch phone, according to South Korean news website ETNews. As mentioned earlier, other models with LTE or 5G connectivity are also speculated, which would be a total of four variants of Note 10.

Rumor: Note 10 may not have buttons

As some high-end phones move the fingerprint reader buttons from the phone's surface to the bottom of the screen, a phone without physical buttons may not be a far-reaching concept. At least, that's what could happen to note 10, according to ETNews.

Citing "industry sources," the site informs that Note 10 could employ Force Touch technology, developed by NDT. Instead of buttons, the edges of the phone may register different degrees of force, depending on the intensity of the pressure, which would allow you to turn the phone on or adjust the volume on a flat, smooth surface. Recently, NDT worked with Vivo to develop the Vivo iQ00 gaming phone. In addition, Vivo was rumored to be back in January to develop a keyless phone as well.

ETNews also predicts Samsung will apply a buttonless design to other mid-size Galaxy models in addition to Note 10.

Rumors: The S Pen could have a camera of its own


The S Pen can come with its own camera.

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Do not rely only on your phone for updates. The humble built-in pen could also have new features such as the launch of Note 9 when Samsung updated the S Pen so that it can remotely shoot the camera's phone shutter.

This time, there are rumors that the S Pen of Note 10 could have a camera in there, according to Patently Mobile technology blog. Samsung apparently filed a patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office for an "electric pen device" that is "mounted on consumer electronics such as smart phones." The phone will have a camera with an "optical zoom function".

Rumor: The phone may have four rear cameras


The Galaxy S10 5G already has four rear cameras, so why observe Note 10?

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Similar to the Galaxy S10 5G, Note 10 could have four cameras in the back, according to Sam Mobile technology blog. The store did not quote any specific source, except that it is what they "heard," so take that rumor, just like everyone else, with a grain of salt.

Despite the faint evidence, a four-camera setup in Note 10 is not much out there. As mentioned earlier, it currently exists on the Galaxy S10 5G and Note 10 will have even more room to fit into this camera system. In addition, the Note series is generally Samsung's most premium line, so the company would be consistent in equipping it with the latest technology.

Originally published April 20, 2019
Update, June 7: Adds headphone rumble.
Update, June 20: Adds August 7 uncompressed event.


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