Samsung launched the Galaxy Note9 on August 9 last year, so the company was expected to unveil the Galaxy Note10 in the same month this year as well. And, if the information coming out of South Korea is to be believed, we will see Samsung make the Note10 official on August 10.
However, this year, Samsung will launch two phones under the Galaxy Note series - the vanilla Note10, and its Pro variant.
We recently saw renders of the Note10 and the Note10 Pro which confirmed that both these smartphones will have similar designs, except that the Pro model will sport a slightly larger screen and come with an extra camera on the back.Galaxy Note10 Pro (left), Galaxy Note10 (right)
The renders further confirmed the rumors of Samsung ditching the 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Galaxy Note series, and they also revealed that the dedicated Bixby button that's received a lot of hate in the past is also done away with.
The Galaxy Note9 which was launched last year on August 9 went on sale from August 24, so this time, Samsung is likely to kick-off the sales of the Note10 duo from August 25 if it launches the pair on August 10.
Source (in Korean)
5G Network ready?
At least include a 'dongle' that is a solid piece of plastic, conform to the bottom of the phone, has 3.5mm on one side and USB-C on the other (for charge and listen). Not that I'd buy one of these, way to big for my tastes.