Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 10 unveiling date

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10 at an event in New York next month.

The electronics giant sent an invite to media on Tuesday for its next Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, which will take place on 7 August.

“Samsung Electronics will unveil new devices designed to take the Galaxy ecosystem’s connectivity to the next level,” the firm said.

The announcement did not mention the Galaxy Note 10 by name, however Samsung appeared to accidentally confirm the device at a media event in Seoul last week.

The New York event also comes almost exactly one year after the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung’s invite features a black stylus hovering over a camera lens, hinting that the Note 10 may feature an additional camera on the front or rear of the device.

It may also confirm a rumour that the stylus itself will feature a camera.

Recent iterations of the S Pen stylus have become more advanced, with the Note 9 attachment capable of controlling the main camera through an infinitely customisable Bluetooth button.

Earlier this year, Samsung patented technology to place a camera inside the S Pen, featuring an optical zoom and something called a “control key”.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10 at its next Unpacked event (Samsung)

Other rumours surrounding the Galaxy Note 10 suggest it will come in two different sizes, with at least one supporting 5G connectivity.

Images displayed at the recent Seoul media event also revealed a centrally-located front camera, bucking the trend of placing its front-facing camera in the top-right corner of the Note device.


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