Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10 Plus Launch “Galaxy Unpacked” Happening Today

After launching the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus back in February, Samsung is back with their Note Series flagships of the year, as usual.

And as you noted in the headline this year’s Galaxy Note Series comes in two variants, unlike the predecessors. But don’t get too excited yet. Since the high-end option is dubbed “Note 10 Plus”, don’t expect a significant difference from the lower variant except for the usual big size, larger battery capacity and massive internal storage. That is all that comes with the “Plus” name, unless otherwise.

The upcoming Galaxy Note Series of devices not only sets a new bar for Samsung but also competes for the same spot with upcoming flagship devices this year. We expect Apple, Google and Huawei also to unveil their new flagships before the year closes.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been in the media for a good time, with rumours, leaks, renders and even reportedly live photos surfacing from different corners.

With the many leaks and rumours posted in the various tech blogs in the past months, I’m sure you have already read tones of them.

But since all these are rumours, let us reserve that and wait for the official launch set to happen today. But spoiler alert, there is no headphone jack -I bet you may be aware of that already.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note Series, as usual, is expected to feature a big AMOLED display -likely with a big screen to body ratio this time, massive battery and centered punch-hole selfie camera, unlike the Galaxy S10/S10 Plus.

The S Pen is still coming through although there have been hot online debates whether the feature should still be retained at the expense of future innovations.

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Alvin Wanjala has been writing about technology for over 2 years. He writes about different topics in the consumer tech space. He loves streaming music, programming, and gaming during downtimes.

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