If you’re looking to make an upgrade and buy a new phone, Samsung’s latest mobile release might be for you.
The Galaxy Note 10 has dimensions of 151 x 72 x 7.9mm (8.3mm including the camera bump), is slightly smaller than its predecessor, Note 9. It boasts a 6.3-inch display with a centered punch-hole atop the screen. Samsung’s updated design doesn’t feature its next-gen camera tech and opted out on a headphone jack.
The standard design will be different from the Galaxy Note 10 Pro which will include a larger 6.75-inch display. A Time of Flight sensor is one of the additions to the Pro and is located at the back of the device. Aside from the Pro, you can expect one more version of the smartphone, Note 10 Lite. Note 10 and Note 10 Pro are 5g variants.
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If the exterior design isn’t enough to get you excited, Galaxy Note 10 is giving you more reasons to upgrade performance-wise. The Note 10 features a next-gen RAM and storage that boosts the overall performance of the phone. Not to mention ultra fast 45W charging speed that you can’t say no to. With all these specs, are would you still think of getting the upcoming iPhone 11?
Samsung hasn’t announced the exact release date of its latest smartphone. However, various media outlets have reported that it is expected to drop this August. Rumors have been circulating online that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 10 with a hefty price tag of $1,100. If murmurs are to be believed then this isn’t a far cry from Galaxy Note 9’s starting price of $1000.
Christian is a morning reporter and technology columnist for Best in Australia. Christian has worked in the media since 2000, in a range of locations. He joined Best in Australia in 2018, and began working in Melbourne in 2019.