17 July 2019
Samsung has always projected Galaxy Note series devices as something more than just a traditional phone. They are usually targetted at anyone who prefers to get work done even when on the move. The story remains the same for the Galaxy Note 10 too as Samsung Indonesia has tweeted an official teaser video ahead of the official unveiling.
The Galaxy Note 10 teaser video shows the usual way people get work done. It shows working on a file on a laptop and transferring it to some other notebook via USB flash drive. The same file gets shared via email so that it can be used on a smartphone too. In other words, the usual process is quite lengthy and tiresome. It is not hard to guess what exactly is Samsung's solution for the problem which is the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. It says, "Working with too many devices? Time to power up... Be ready to meet the next level power."
Say goodbye to hassle, and hello to powerful!— Samsung Indonesia (@samsungID) July 8, 2019
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The video ends with a teaser image showing the S Pen just above a camera lens. This is the same image which Samsung is using for media invites and marketing materials meant for the Galaxy Unpacked event. The Galaxy Note 10 launch has been scheduled for August 7th which is less than a month away from today.
Samsung is rumored to launch two Galaxy Note 10 models this year including the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The exact differences between the two are currently unknown but these are expected to be about display sizes, camera sensors, and 3D ToF sensors among others. Other features include Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 processor, up to 12GB of RAM, up to 256GB of internal storage, and 15W fast charging.