The launch of the Galaxy Note 10 is getting closer, and there are rumors that there will be a number of major updates to Samsung's large-format smartphones.
Expect that three versions of the Note 10 will hit the market August; Grade 10 Lite, Grade 10 and Grade 10+, of which the latter two are reported to be available in 5G variants. According to online rumors, we can also expect quad cameras, an oversized 6.7-inch screen of the Pro brand model and support for 45-W charging.
We have everything we know about the Galaxy Note 10 series summarized below.
Samsung has confirmed the official debut of the Galaxy Note 1
The company has sent invitations to an unpacked event in Brooklyn, New York, which shows a black pencil and appears to be a camera lens on a white background. The teaser does not reveal much, but the placement of the lens confirms that the Note 10 has a centrally-oriented pinhole camera.
According to a recent leak, the entry-level version of the Galaxy Note 10 will come with a starting price of $ 1,100 to $ 1,200 (around £ 870 to £ 950). This suggests that pricing at Blighty will start at around £ 899 for the Galaxy Note 9, as it did last year.
07.12.18: The Galaxy Note 10+ was prematurely launched at the FCC, revealing all the specifications of the handset. The leak detected by XDA Developers before dismantling confirms that the unit is full size ( under ), along with the centered hole selfie camera and the absence of buttons on the right edge. It remains unclear whether the touch 10+ lacks a physical on / off switch, or whether Samsung instead removes the Bixby key.
The FCC Post also confirms that the 10+ grade supports WiFi 6 and LTE, though there is no mention of 5G support in the submission.
Two more pictures published by XDA confirm that the handset has a vertically aligned triple-lens camera on the left-hand side and that this time does not actually have a 3.5-mm headphone jack.
07.11.19: The first official pictures of Grade 10 ( about ) were leaked before the handset was launched on August 7th. The real-looking snapshots come through WinFuture (19459008), Roland Quandt (19459008) and MySmartPrice (19459009) and Ishan Agarwal (19459011). As far as we do not know yet, it features a new Huawei-style blue-lilac pearlescent model, along with the less conspicuous ones black variant ( below ) comes on the market.
The high-resolution renderings also seem to indicate that the Note 10 could be started without a physical power button, which, according to rumors, had a largely button-free design. Either that, or Samsung has finally decided to drop the much malicious Bixby key.
07.09.19: Samsung has released an official teaser for the Galaxy Note 10 before it's unveiled next month.
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– Samsung Indonesia (@samsungID) July 8, 2019
The short video ( above ) posted by Samsung Indonesia's Twitter account focuses on the business with grade 10 credentials and seem to show that it can function as a smartphone, laptop and desktop PC, the latter thanks to Samsung DeX.
07.08.19: Although the Galaxy Note 10 display 2019 was touted as "the best," tipster Ice Universe has confirmed that it does not offer a 90 Hz refresh rate.
] 90Hz is not a factor in determining screen quality, as xiaomi 9 can also have a refresh rate of 84Hz.
– Eisuniversum (@UniverseIce) July 7, 2019
On Twitter ( about ), the series leaker shared images of Touch 10 screen protectors and confirmed the centrally placed hole in the handset's camera and triple lens rear-end , However, in a follow-up tweet, he notes that the display does not offer a 90 Hz refresh rate, although this is a key feature of the OnePlus 7 Pro and supposedly the upcoming Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
07.05.19: The Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped with one and possibly even three 3D flight time sensors. As reported in the Korean publication ETNews which reports that the Note 10 series, like the S10, will be equipped with depth detection sensors for rendering bokeh effects, AR applications and face recognition. It is reported that the South Korean lens manufacturer KOLEN is investing USD 21.6 million in the construction of a new plant in Vietnam, thanks to a recent partnership with Samsung, to increase the production capacity for ToF sensors before the upcoming launch of the Note 10 by 13-25 Million USD.
Like the Galaxy S10, the Note 10 may have two ToF modules – one on the front and one on the back. However, it is unclear how this works with the centrally placed hole design of the handset.
07.01.19: The first live images of the Galaxy Note 10+ have surfaced online. The flagship, previously unveiled as the Galaxy 10 Pro, was featured in a video courtesy of TechTalkTV ( at ), which almost confirms its official branding, centrally placed pinhole camera and iPhone -like vertical camera system ,
The blurry images do not reveal much else, but the lack of visible earphones reinforces the rumors that touch 10 will take on the 'Sound on Display' technology.
6/27/19: A freshly-emerged case, apparently designed for the Galaxy Note 10, has given more weight to rumors that it will not come with a headphone jack.
– Sudhanshu Ambhore (@ Sudhanshu1414) June 26, 2019
The accessory, shared by Twitter user Sudhanshu Ambhore ( above ) shows that the Galaxy Note 10 does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack and instead selects a USB-C port. Next to it you'll find the S-Pen slot, a single speaker, and something that looks like an infrared blaster.
26.6.19: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro may be launched with 5G as standard. While previous rumors alleged that the device was only offered in LTE and 5G variants, retailer MobileFun, which has received an SKU list from an official Samsung retailer, claims that the Note 10 Pro "is introduced as a 5G variant as standard However, it should be noted that when Samsung releases a separate 5G model of the Pro, "it has been confirmed that the cases are suitable for both the standard Note 10 Pro and the 5G variants."
24/6/19: If you need a microSD slot for your Galaxy Note 10, you'll need to do more for the pro-branded model. According to Max Weinbach, XDA developer who claims to have spent some time with both Note 10 models missing the long-standing port.
My source had to play with grade 10 and grade 10 Pro. Here's what they said about it.
1. Both models used by him had headphone connections.
2. Renderings are almost perfect.
3. SPen is almost the same as the Note9
4. Non-Pro does not have a Micro SD card slot.
– Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) June 21, 2019
Weinbach also notes that the mass of leaked renderings is "almost perfect," and while he initially claims both models have headphone outlets, he later noted that this was the case, fake and add that the grade 10 is supplied with USB-C AKG earphones in the box.
21.6.19: We're about six weeks away from the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, but MobileFun has already begun beating accessories for the flagship duo.
Olixar accessories confirm the design of the Grade 10 series, including the barely visible bezels, the centrally placed front camera, the vertically stacked rear camera assembly and the lack of a fingerprint scanner and earpiece. The latter, however, confirms that Note 10 uses sound-on-display technology, which replaces the headset with vibration.
19/6/19: CNET announces that Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy Note 10 at an unpacked event on Aug. 7 in response to earlier online Chatter announcements from a launch on 10th of August to expose. The "flashy" event, allegedly taking place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, could, according to recent reports, also lead to Samsung announcing a release date for the long-delayed Galaxy Fold.
14.6.19: While previous rumors said that the Galaxy Note 10 will use both Exynos 9820 and Snapdragon 855 SoCs, it looks like the top Pro model will come with Samsung Homegrown's 5G connectivity package Exynos 9825 chip.
A long time ago I found the benchmarking that Samsung uses internally. It displays the model number, a rating and the SoC, as well as the build numbers for the devices. The grade 10 was displayed today and confirms the Exynos 9825. pic.twitter.com/NlXjsaQ8jR
– Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) June 14, 2019
This 7 nm SoC is expected be higher The powerful version of the 9820 is equivalent to the upcoming Snapdragon 865 chip from Qualcomm.
7/6/19: The Galaxy Note 10 was flaunted in high-quality renderings, confirming that it bothers both the 3.5mm headphone jack and the highly vicious Bixby button.  The images courtesy of OnLeaks and 91Mobiles also show that the Grade 10 will undergo a redesign of the design; The flagship will feature a 6.3-inch QHD + screen with a reduced center infinity O-neck and a repositioned vertical triple camera array on the back. There is no fingerprint scanner on the back, so note 10 is likely to come with a built-in sensor.
The leak, which is accompanied by a 360-degree video ( under ), also claims that the grade 10 is a Snapdragon 855/9820 SoC with up to 12GB RAM and Android 9 Pie.
91Mobiles notes that the higher-grade grade 10 Pro features a larger 9.75-inch screen, a quad-camera setup with ToF sensor, UFS 3.0 memory, and a 45-W Fast charging function offers. According to previous rumors, the Pro version is also equipped with pressure-sensitive HTC buttons instead of physical buttons.
6/6/19: It was only a matter of time before the price of the Galaxy Note 10 became known. A source familiar with the matter via the Russian website Hi-Tech claims that the "basic version" of the smartphone with a starting price of between 1,100 and 1,200 USD (about 870 to 950 GBP) on the Market will come. However, it is unclear whether the report refers to the entry-level Note 10 Pro or the less common standard version.
The same report claims the Note 10 will have a smaller hole cutout than the Galaxy S10. Samsung has managed to reduce the diameter of the hole by one millimeter.
06.04.19: The Galaxy Note 10 prematurely appeared on Geekbench. As can be seen from MySmartPrice on the benchmarking website a variant with the model number & # 39; SM-N976V & # 39; released, which includes a Snapdragon 855 chip with a full 12GB of RAM. It is speculated that this could be the 5G variant that goes to Verizon, as it is likely to be shipped here in Blighty with an Exynos chip.
The device achieves 3,529 points in the single-core test and a slightly less impressive 10,840 points in the multi-core test; less than the 11,101 points of the OnePlus 7 Pro.
06.03.1919: Although earlier rumors indicated a more incremental update, the 10th mark is likely to outperform its fast-charging competitors.
According to a cryptic Twitter post by Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 10 features a 45-W fast charging technology. The tweet ( at ) contains a picture of da Vinci, which is codenamed the Galaxy Note 19, and the binary heading # 101101, which is number 45.
– Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) June 1, 2019
The Note 10 offers a significant improvement over the Galaxy Note 9, powered by a 15W charger was delivered. It will also outperform the Huawei P30 Pro, which is equipped with a 40 W fast charge and can deliver a juice of 0 to 70 percent in just 30 minutes.
21.5.19: The Galaxy Note 10 looks like According to the Twitter tip, the "biggest change" of the cellphone will be the camera placement, which is supposed to be vertical rather than vertical horizontal. When asked on Twitter, he notes that the device, codenamed "Da Vinci," has "the same camera hardware," suggesting that it's either the same 12 MP dual lens setup as the 9 note before the upgrade or upgrade has triple camera like on the Galaxy S10.
Da Vinci's two biggest changes:
1.Position of front camera change
2.Position of rear camera change
– Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2019
The Tweet of the Ice Universe also indicates that the position of the front-facing camera will be different, but this confirms that Note 10 takes a hole-equipped Infinity display.
Looking to the future, Ice Universe shows that the Galaxy S11 is codenamed "Picasso," although no other details about the device were made public.
20/5/19: The Galaxy Note 10 is said to have a similar display as the Galaxy S10, according to leaked HTML5 benchmarks.
Spotted by Mobielkopen The benchmark lists the SM-N976V, which is believed to be the model for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5G, and shows that it has a screen resolution of 1440×3040 and an aspect ratio of 19: 9.
It is expected that the lower-resolution Galaxy Note 10 will have the same resolution on its 6.27-inch display, which will be smaller than the 6.75-inch screen that is said to be used for the pro-branded display. Model is used.
While not a breakthrough leak, Samsung suggests adding the Infinity O-Panel to the Galaxy Note series, as the Galaxy S10 has the same 19: 9 aspect ratio.
Other leaked specs include the Android 9 Pie, a 4500hp, 4500hp rechargeable battery and support for 4G and 5G on the highest specification model.
05.10.19: The Galaxy Note 10 could be shipped with Samsung's new 64-megapixel image sensor for smartphones, which is considered the "industry's highest-resolution" camera for mobile devices.
The ISOCELL Bright GW1 uses the same 0.8 pixel in μm size as the current 48-megapixel component from Samsung to take its official name and adopts the company's Tetracell technology to add four pixels to one merge and create 16 megapixel images. The sensor also supports real-time HDR of "up to 100 decibels", which according to Samsung surpasses the current average of 60 dB.
Just in time for the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 and the ISOCELL Bright GM2, an upgraded 48-megapixel sensor, the sensor will go into production in the second half of the year.
"In recent years, cell phone cameras have become the primary tool for recording and passing on our everyday moments," said Yongin Park of Samsung.
"With more pixels and advanced pixel technologies, Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 and GM2 will give the most advanced mobile devices a new level of photography that will enhance and transform the way we record our daily lives."  25.4.19: US Carrier Verizon has confirmed that Samsung will be launching a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10, as expected.
"The Note and Galaxy will both have 5G this year," said Hans Vestberg, Verizon's CEO, during the company's earnings statement in the first quarter of 2019.
Although not surprising, the comment supports the recent rumors that the Galaxy Note 10 and the so-called Note 10 Pro will be available in two variants. one with 5G and one without.
Vestberg's commentary also confirms that Verizon will offer the Grade 10 5G Stateside as it began flogging the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 this week. It remains unclear whether the handset is offered here in Blighty, but with EE and O2 being prepared to turn on their 5G networks, we would be surprised if publication in the UK were out of the question.
Apr 18, 1919: Earlier rumors that Samsung will launch four variants of the Note 10 have been confirmed. SamMobile received model numbers for the devices.
As Presumably, the model numbers show that Samsung is planning two different Galaxy Note 10 models, both of which will come with a 5G version.
According to SamMobile the SM-N970 and SM-N975 will be the two main models of the Galaxy Note 10, while M-N971 and SM-N976 will be the same phones to which 5G has been added
The Two Major variations are likely to be available as Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, according to recent rumors. The latter is said to have a 6.75-inch display compared to the standard model's 6.28-inch offer and a 4-lens camera system compared to a 3-lens array.
SamMobile notes that "it is unclear, though battery capacity may vary, but this remains a possibility."
04.11.19: The Galaxy Note 10 will be available for launch in four variants. according to ET News .
We've already talked about a "compact" Note 10 variant, and this new report continues. ET News citing "industry sources", the 6.75-inch touch will be 10 and a smaller 6.28-inch variant will be available in two versions; one with 5G and one without.
"Samsung's attempt to market the Galaxy Note in multiple models is designed to maximize sales by segmenting the market," the report said in a slightly translated version.
The report also claims that the smaller-grade 10 will have three models rear-view cameras like the S10 (probably with the same wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto lenses), while the larger version quad-cameras with a time-of-flight sensor like the Galaxy S10 5G contains.
4/4/19: Samsung will push four cameras onto the back of its flagship Galaxy Note 10, leaving another shovel from The Bell .
The website, which claims to have received information from several industry representatives, says the larger Note 10 model will include a quad-camera array similar to that of the Galaxy S10 5G that debuted in South Korea today.
When using the same setup as Samsung's first 5G smartphone, consider a horizontally aligned array with a 12-megapixel OIS lens, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens and a Find 3D HDVGA depth detection camera.
These quad cameras are reserved for the higher note 10, according to the report, while the smaller note 10e offers a triple camera configuration.
While earlier rumors pointed to a 6.66-inch screen on the flagship model, The Bell also heard that the Note 10 will have a larger 6.75-inch screen.
3/4 / 19: The Galaxy Note 10 is released after a report by The Bell along with a new "compact" variant.
The Korean newspaper reports that Samsung made it similar The Galaxy S10 will be the & # 39; Galaxy Note 10e & # 39; launch with its flagship Phablet later this year.
Bell's report does not say much about the so-called 10e grade. In fact, it has a smaller screen than the standard 6.7-inch touchscreen. However, if it does, like the Galaxy S10e Looks like it will likely lack other high-end features like an in-screen fingerprint scanner and 5G support.
The sources of The Bell say it will not be a "medium or low price" smartphone and instead will be marketed as a flagship smartphone with presumably a flagship label.
The Galaxy Note 10e is reported to be launched in August this year along with its higher-end siblings and is expected to be available exclusively in Europe.
27/3/19: According to ET News the next Samsung Galaxy Note will undergo a major redesign later this year.
The source of the website states this The Galaxy Note 10 will be the first Samsung device to feature a completely buttonless design. This means that there is no on / off switch, no volume rocker and – praiseworthily – no side-mounted Bixby key. Instead, the Note 10 will likely use a completely gesture-based interface or capacitive buttons on the edge of the device, similar to those seen on HTC's latest flagships.
ET News & # 39; report, however, contains few details, so now we're taking this with a pinch of salt.
It is said, however, that Samsung has a similar design on its A- You can expect this experimental design to be displayed on a mid-range handset before the Note 10 hits the market.
27/2/18: The Galaxy Note 10 is reported to contain the same quad camera setup as the Galaxy S10 5G.
As stated in a report from SamMobile that reports that the incoming flagship will carry four cameras on its back. It's unclear if it offers exactly the same setup as the S10 5G, but in that case you should expect a time of flight (TOF) for telephoto, wide-angle, and ultra-wide-angle lenses.
The SamMobile report also states that the "5" in the model number of the device – SM-N975F – is probably an allusion to a 5G variant of the device, which is expected to be next to a 4G Only Note 10 model will appear.
Elsewhere, note 10 is likely to have the same Infinity O display as its predecessor S10, and Samsung may choose a larger display due to the increased screen-to-body ratio.
02.06.19: Samsung has patented a James Bond-style stylus that comes with a built-in camera and could debut alongside the Galaxy Note 10.
During the Galaxy Note 9 The supplied S-Pen, which also functions as a remote trigger, could, according to a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the next-generation stylus from Samsung as a replacement for the front-facing camera use.
The patent, originally discovered in February 2017 by Patently Mobile, describes an "electric pen device" having an "optical system with a lens and an image sensor".
While it's unclear whether the S-Pen will ever see the light of day, when Samsung bundles such a stylus with its smartphone, Samsung can completely override the selfie camera to ensure proper full-screen display without a notch or To achieve perforation design.
9/11/18: The Galaxy Note 10 will overshadow this year's flagship of Note 9 with a monstrous 6.66-inch bezelless display.
According to Korean newspaper The Bell announcing that the Galaxy Note 10 code-named "DaVinci" will have a 6.66-inch Super AMOLED screen with 4K resolution and HDR support ,
The report claims Samsung has opted for display specifications this month and has handed over to its Samsung display to launch the production of the Note 9 dwarf panels.
However, the Note 10 does not say much else, although the smartphone is rumored to contain a three-lens camera, 5G support and a larger battery than this year's model.
However, the Bell has more information on the upcoming Galaxy S10 and reports that Samsung plans to build an oversized S10 Plus model with a 6.44 OLED display.
15/10/18: It's been less than two months since the Galaxy Note 9 hit the shelves, and we already hear chatter about next year's flagship.
According to Korean website The Bell the next year's Galaxy Note 10, Samsung's largest ever smartphone will be with a 6.66-inch OLED display that's .26-inch larger than that Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 display and next year's largest iPhone, according to the report. Continued by XS Max.
Samsung will not wait until the end of 2019 to compete with Apple's newest flagship. According to the report, the Galaxy S10, which is expected to be released early next year, will compete with an XS Max 6.44in screen.
The other two S10 versions are expected to remain at 5.8 inches, the same size as the current Galaxy S9.
Despite the oversized screen, the Galaxy Note 10 is unlikely to have more footprint than the latest Samsung Note flagship. The ringing indicates that the size of the phone's frame continues to decrease, which may result in the phone's dimensions remaining largely unchanged.
Bell also notes that it's too early in the phone's development cycle that the technical data could change between now and the release of Note 10 in the "second half of 2019". However, it is said that since the disaster with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the company has extended the development time for phones from six months to one year.
The report does not say much else about the smartphone, but just the recent rumors that Samsung plans to remove the headphone jack on the Galaxy Note 10 or the Galaxy S11. Instead, the company relies on a combination of the USC Type-C port on the phone and an included headphone dongle.
Reports have not indicated why Samsung wants to remove the headphone jack, but it is speculated that the company, like other manufacturers, just wants to save space for other parts. μ