Samsung announced a new Unpacked event taking place at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY on August 7, where it is speculated the company will announce its upcoming Galaxy Note 10. The stylus-enabled smartphone is showcased in the invite picture to the event, which showcases its white background, camera lens, and S Pen.
Early leaks expect the Note 10 to feature one front-facing camera in the display like the Galaxy S10, but directly in the center of the screen. There’s also speculation that it’ll feature a 3.5mm headphone jack with a conflicting report that there won’t be an audio port at all. Lastly, many believe the Note 10 will come in two sizes, 6.28 and 6.75-inches, respectively, with each phone expected to also have 5G variants.
While most news on the Galaxy Note 10 is speculative, stay tuned as the story develops and more leaks surface leading to the day of the Unpacked event.
In other tech news, Jony Ive reportedly quit Apple over Tim Cook’s lack of interest in product design.
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- the verge