Samsung’s largest and most powerful smartphone to date will be launched on to the market on the 7th of August this year at an event held in the US, according to industry insiders cited by CNET.
The Galaxy Note 10 will boast a number of upgrades and enhancements compared with its predecessors, including the reported addition of a punch-hole camera to handle the usual selfie-snapping duties.
Punch-hole cameras are becoming more popular as the fad for notched handset displays wanes. However, manufacturers such as Xaomi are working to bring seamlessly integrated front-facing cameras to the table, meaning the design of the Galaxy Note 10 could only be at the forefront of the market for a short time.
Another expectation for this new device is that it will be sold with 5G connectivity included, although this may be restricted to a specific iteration of the device rather than featured on every variant.
Samsung has managed to revive the reputation of the Note range after the battery debacle that hit an earlier generation, so the Note 10 will be another step forward and a reminder that it is the world’s dominant maker of Android-powered mobile phones.