Samsung will reportedly Launch Galaxy Note 10 on Aug 7 in New York

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If you’re looking for some news of the World’s Largest Mobile manufacturer next flagship device. Then you have landed on the right page, Galaxy Note 10 will be launched on August 7th 2019 in New York. The information is passed on by CNET with reference to some sources related to Samsung. Although, the company denied comment on it but previously such information is often true.

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Last year Samsung has launched its Note 9 on August 9 and in 2018 company launched its Note 8 on 23rd August. Moreover, both the phones are launched in New York, So this information about launch date is credible. According to the previous leaks and reports, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature 6.28 inches with a resolution of QHD+ (1,440 x 3,040 pixels). The display is packed with 536 PPI. The most important thing is that Note 10 will feature Infinity-O display, which is also known as punch hole Display. According to some reports, it is said that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have a 5G Network support.

Coming to the camera section Samsung Note 10 is packed with four cameras set up as primary camera at the back. The camera setup is placed vertically on the left side at the back of the phone. It will be backed up by 4,500mAh battery and supports 45W fast charging. There is one thing which is confusing that is the front camera because as we see there is a hole in the display for the camera in some renders. There also some leaks of protective glasses which suggests that there might be a pop-up camera.

In coming days we will get some more clarity on the front camera. You can see all the leaks and reports related to Samsung Galaxy Note 10 here. Stay connected for more!

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