The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 is fast approaching and rumours suggest that it will bring about significant updates to the company’s big-screened smartphone lineup.
The official page of Samsung Indonesia tweeted a short video, recently, about the Galaxy Note10 Unpacked Event, to be held live on 8 August, at their official website.
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The video hints at the marketing strategies Samsung will use for the new launch. The theme of the video is to use one device instead of multiple, that’s Galaxy Note10. It is shown in a workspace, replacing a laptop, which shows the business-oriented view of the phone.
As known, the camera is based on the Galaxy S10 5G setup (triple camera + 3D ToF sensor) and will feature an upgraded chipset. One can expect a super-sized 6.7 inches screen, along with 45W charging. It also touts the quality of the camera, gaming performance and water resistance. Therefore, presenting it as a power user device and not just as a business-related device.
Other than the three versions of the Note 10 to arrive in August; the Note 10 Lite, Note 10 and Note 10+, the latter two will be available in 5G variants. Accordingly, the entry-level version of the Galaxy Note 10 will be at starting price of between $1,100 and $1,200.
And now let’s say goodbye to hassle and hello to powerful!