Note: This article was first published on 25 July 2019.
For the first time in 5 years, Samsung is expected to launch two models under the Galaxy Note 10 branding. The first report surfaced in April about two different-sized models. Shortly after, purported renders and videos of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ leaked. Just weeks ago, press images of two Galaxy Note 10 models were published.
One of the two Galaxy Note 10 models is expected to sport a bigger display than the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max. Sources told The Bell that Samsung has ordered 6.66-inch panels while tipster @OnLeaks claims that the Galaxy Note 10 models will have 6.3 and 6.75-inch displays.
Similar to the Galaxy S10 5G, the Galaxy Note 10+ is likely to come with four rear cameras. Both Galaxy Note 10 models have the standard wide, telephoto and ultra-wide lens, but the bigger model will have an extra Time-of-Flight sensor for depth mapping and AR applications.
Samsung officially announced that it will be holding the Galaxy Unpacked event on 7 August at the Barclay's Center n Brooklyn, New York. The teaser image shows the new S Pen and a camera.
Sources from South Korean telcos claim that pre-orders will start two days after the launch event and the devices are likely to hit retail shelves on 23 August. The Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to cost at least US$1,125 while the Galaxy Note 10+ will have a base price of US$1,293.