What you need to know
- A new report claims the Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled on August 10.
- This follows Samsung's pattern of announcing the Note line in the middle of summer.
- Samsung is expected to unveil two models of the Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy Note 10 will be Samsung's next major flagship and we now know when we'll see it for the first time. According to a new report from the Korean publication ETnews, Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 10 on August 10.
That falls right in line with the typical announcement timeframe for the Galaxy line. Samsung has long reserved August as the month it unveils its plus-size smartphone. Just last year, it announced the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9; it's following the same pattern with the Galaxy Note 10 being announced on August 10.
Besides the announcement date, there's a lot to be excited with the Galaxy Note 10. It'll add a similar display design as the Galaxy S10 line with the in-display fingerprint sensor and camera cut-out, leading to nearly non-existent bezels. On top of that, the Note 10 is also expected to add a new camera system that could comprise of up to four cameras.
One of the more intriguing rumors surrounding the Note 10 is that Samsung will unveil not one, but two models. This will be the first time two models of the Galaxy Note have been unveiled. The first will reportedly feature a display around 6.4 to 6.5-inches while the second will be a 6.7-inch behemoth. Samsung is also expected to make a 5G compatible variant.
We'll learn more come August 10 when Samsung will unveil every model of the Galaxy Note 10.