It looks like Samsung is ready to push out another phone, as confirmed by an official invite to a new Unpacked event.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is launching this August, and after plenty of rumors and "will they or won't they" situations, we can finally say with certainty the phone is debuting this year, with an event taking place in Brooklyn, NY on August 7 at the Barclays Center.
While Samsung hasn't confirmed a price just yet, a $1,125 price point has been leaked for the 256GB model, which is a massive step up from the Note 9 price, but doesn't make it too much more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S10.
But while we know where the phone will be announced and when, we don't know a lot abut the features it will entail just yet. The leaked photos available show a single punch-hole camera on the front of the phone with a selfie camera, no visible speaker, and a triple rear camera setup. It appears to have a curved screen, but there's a metal frame with no Bixby button – great news for anyone who was never into the digital assistant in the first place.
Additionally, the phone could have up to 12GB of RAM and either a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 chipset depending on where it's released. The screen could be 6.3 inches, with a 1440 x 3040 resolution, though this has all yet to be confirmed. It's also unclear just yet if there will be multiple different models or not. There have been rumblings of a second model called the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro, which could mean a bigger, more substantial version of the regular model
We'll be sure to keep you updated on any of the developments regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10, though it'll be quite a while still until next month's big reveal.