Samsung Galaxy Note10 to be announced on August 7

What do you think will be new with the Samsung Galaxy Note10?

Much is expected out of Samsung’s Galaxy Note10 release. And while we have seen the leaks trickle, its announcement date has now officially been confirmed for August 7 by Samsung.

The invitation

Invitations for the event were sent out today and shared online, where much of the focus is on the Note lineup’s S-Pen. While the phone’s design remains a secret, the tease is enough to get us excited.

The video goes onto show the S-Pen drawing a circle that transforms into a camera lens. This seems to indicate a single-camera punch hole design on the front which is in line with current leaks. The design of the S-Pen more or less looks identical to the Note9’s but we do think there is something peculiar about the tip. Could this year’s S-Pen double as a conventional pen to write on paper?

What do the leaks say?

Much of the Galaxy Note10’s design language will be similar to the Note9. The familiar rectangular form factor with a larger battery capacity and screen is expected. And with the centred punch-hole style display, it may look a bit different from the current Galaxy S10 lineup.

It's official: Samsung Galaxy Note10 to be unveiled on August 7
What the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ may look like (via OnLeaks/PriceBaba)

Similar to the Galaxy S10 lineup though, the Note10 will also come with a triple-camera setup on the back, which will be an upgrade from the dual-camera Note9. Other internals like the processor and RAM will no doubt be high-end. But we are excited to see what software tricks Samsung has up its sleeve to enhance the S-Pen capabilities.

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The first live images of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 (via TechTalkTV)

It also seems like there will be a Note10+ and a Note10+ 5G to accompany this year’s Note10. But time will tell how true all of these speculations are.