Samsung to announce Galaxy Note 10, new S Pen on August 7 in New York

Samsung to announce Galaxy Note 10, new S Pen on August 7 in New York

Samsung has confirmed that it will be hosting its Unpacked 2019 event on August 7th to launch the Note 10 and the all-new S-Pen.

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The Galaxy Note 10 alongside the all-new S Pen will be officially announced on August 7 in New York. Samsung Unpacked will kick off at 4 pm ET.

Samsung has announced it will hold its next Unpacked event, where it will launch the Galaxy Note 10 and new S Pen. The event will place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Wednesday, August 7. This is the same venue where Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 in 2018. Samsung Unpacked will kick off at 4 pm ET on 7 August.

The invite clearly indicates the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 10, one of the highly anticipated flagship smartphones of 2019. Since its debut in 2011, the Galaxy Note has transformed into Samsung’s top-of-the-line Android smartphone. The Galaxy Note family of devices have a loyal following among phone enthusiasts. And despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the popularity of Galaxy Note hasn’t dipped a bit.

Perhaps the highlight of Galaxy Note device has been the S Pen, which slides into the lower right-hand corner. Based on the invite, the Galaxy Note’s S Pen will get a major redesign. The teaser video shows a single camera lens beneath the pen. Last year, there was speculation that a camera-equipped S Pen could be introduced with the Galaxy Note 10.

For the tenth edition, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to get a punch-hole display design, a vertical quad camera arrangement, the unannounced Exynos 9825 processor, and a massive battery. This time around Samsung will reportedly launch the Galaxy Note 10+ as well, featuring slightly enhanced specifications.

The Galaxy Note 10+ or Note 10 Pro as some reports were calling it will likely have 5G support along with four cameras at the back. The Galaxy Note 10 will have three cameras at the back. The set up is expected to be the same as the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, where the company introduced the triple camera system, which includes a main sensor, a depth sensor and an ultra-wide angle sensor. The Infinity-O display, which has a cutout or hole for the front camera is also expected to continue on the Galaxy Note 10 series.