We took a closer look at the Galaxy Note 10 earlier this month about leaked renderings, and one of the main reasons for this is the lack of a headphone jack. It looks as if Samsung will release two models – a standard version with a 6.28-inch screen and a Pro version with a massive 6.75-inch display.
Samsung has traditionally launched new Note Series models in August. And that's what it looks like this year. According to CNET Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note 10 at an unpacked event in New York on August 7th.
The publication states Samsung will launch the phone at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, releasing Note 9 at the same venue last year. There is a possibility of the date changing, but the timing lines are consistent with the leakages we have seen so far.
In addition to the 3.5mm jack, Samsung should get rid of the Bixby key. At the back we'll probably see four cameras, with the introduction of a flight time module. Samsung, like the Galaxy S1
Almost two months ago, we will undoubtedly learn more about the 10 mark as we approach the market launch. What do you expect in the meantime from Samsung's flagship? Let us know in the comments below.