The Galaxy Note 9 officially launched on 9th August this year, but the ever-evolving smartphones are so common now that it shouldn’t be long before we get an updated version of it – Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – we think another year ought to do it.
What would we like to see from the Note 10?
The Galaxy Note 9 was indeed an impressive update, but it also reiterated the notion that Samsung’s smartphone design has been stuck in a rut, over the last few years. Camera renovations and processor upgrades are great and all, but it feels like it’s becoming harder to distinguish between staggeringly expensive new devices and their own predecessors.
To break the monotonous cycle, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 needs to rev up their game by a notch. Samsung needs to make sure that their Galaxy Note 10 includes an addition of a number of unique features in order to ensure that they keep up with their rivals.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 release date:
When will it be launched? Samsung has a certain fondness for August releases. Both the Note 8 and Note 9 releases were announced for 23 August 2017 and 9 August 2018 respectively, so it would be very safe to assume an August 2019 release for the anticipated Note 10.
We won’t hold it against Samsung if the announcement came later than this. Since smartphone release dates are all so tangled these days that companies hardly have the focus and time to develop new technology in-between launches. However, if they want to give their competitors a tough time, we can expect Samsung to make an August release date a possibility.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 features: What will it do?
With the Note 9 only just a few weeks old, there understandably isn’t a lot to go in terms of new information.
However, speculations are suggesting we could be seeing a 6.5in screen on the new handset. A 0.1in bigger upgrade than the Note 9. With bezels getting smaller and being almost shunned out of existence. We might be getting a bezel-free update. Not to mention an in-screen finger print scanner could make a debut.
Internal upgrades are also being expected with the successor to the Exynos 9810 chip definite, alongside a potential 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Samsung has codenamed the upcoming phone Da Vinci, indicating new upgrades to the S-Pen. The triple-rear camera feature, however, is likely to feature on other models before the Note 10, according to CEO DJ Koh.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 price: How much will it cost?
As smartphone prices have risen quite consistently over the past few years we would surely expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to cost north of $1000.
What features we’d like to see:
Samsung would do well if they worked on features highly anticipated by users.
· In-screen fingerprint scanner
· Design overhaul
· Customizable Bixby button
· HDR video recording
· Headphones included
· Improved facial recognition
· Reduced price
· Longer lasting battery