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Release date, prices, features and more

The Galaxy Note10 is getting closer and closer, and we have a summary and breakdown of rumors about key aspects of the upcoming launch and features of the phone. Read our Q & A style guide to get the latest information on the new Samsung Note in an easy-to-read, easy-to-digest format.

Start Date

Q: When will the Note10 be released?

A: August 7

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note9 on August 9, 2018. According to CNET, the next note will be released on the 7th of August this year. Given that CNET is a large, reliable publication with a good track record of rumors, you can probably make August 7 the date you mark on your calendar. Although phone starts can always be delayed, they are usually planned very early and require significant coordination of venue, service, and travel arrangements. That is, once a date is selected, it is not trivial to change it. Since it is only two days before the start of the Note9 last year, the story is also on the side of this rumor. This seems pretty safe.

Design and Appearance

Q: What will the Note1
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A: These renderings and photos basically tell us.

It's not surprising that Samsung's new phones have been inexorably posted in 3D form by talented rendering artists with access to leaked CAD data . The best view of the Note10 + (previously rumored to be the Note10 Pro) is this video below, but look at this post for pictures.

You can find similar representations of the smaller standard Note10 in a similar way here. No official press photos have been leaked yet, and we will probably take a clearer and more accurate look at Samsung's design language.

IceUniverse suggests that the 4G Note10 + could have a 4500 mAh battery and a faster 25W charge, while Galaxy Club (not what I would call a reputable source) even the extremely unlikely scenario suggests that the smaller phone has a 3400mAh battery.

Here's what we can tell you: It's very, very, very likely [Samsung] that Samsung deliberately obscures the size of the battery in devices used by network operators and technical security partners, so that leaks occur , This is a standard prototype data obfuscation that often occurs on non-shared phones during testing. By the time we realize that specifications have leaked out of marketing or technical materials, those numbers are basically placeholders, except for maybe IceUniverse, which I tend to trust.

S-Pen [19659003] Q: What's wrong with the S-Pen? Will it have this crazy built-in camera?

A: We do not know anything about new features, but no, it probably has no camera inside.

PatentlyMobile has earlier this year released a story in which blogs have been posted on the Internet burning the claim Samsung could stick a camera in the S Pen of the Galaxy Note. Everything indicates that the S Pen of the Galaxy Note10 from the S Pen of the Note9, which was the first major revision of the pen design in several years, is hard to distinguish. A hidden camera seems incredibly unlikely. Such a feature sounds extremely fussy, expensive and probably very unreliable. The S Pen does not even have a real battery – just a supercapacitor with extremely limited life outside the phone. A camera with such a tiny power source seems to be almost impossible.

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