After packing up massive appreciation for Galaxy Note 9, Samsung has announced to soon launch its next flagship Smartphone Galaxy Note 10. The CEO DJ Koh announced the launch date inviting heavy media attention at a round table interview held in New York at the Barclays Center. A source has revealed that the makers see Note 10 as the revolutionary phase for Bixby. Soon after the announcement the speculations began about the price and features we can see in the new market starrer. The Galaxy Note 10 can or cannot be in our top ranked Android phones; this is the question that will continue to bug us till August.

Samsung treasures a lot of admiration due to its record breaking success in the world of Smart phones. Following the launch of Note 9 that has multiple worthwhile features with a gigantic price tag (£899, AU$1,499) the new version is going to be even more expensive. Will the price be worth the value that customers receive? We were finally able to get a leak that will lead to the prediction if the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 can fulfill our expectations or not.

According to our sources this year there will be two models of Galaxy Note 10: Note 10 and a pricier version premium Note 10 pro. There will be four Note 10s to make a choice from that also include 4G and 5G variants of each of the models mentioned earlier. The leak also suggests that there will be no headphone jack or a Bixby button. The phone has a triple lens back camera and a single-lens punch hole front camera. In addition to this the phone seemingly has up to 12GB of RAM and either an Exynos 9820 chipset or Snapdragon 855 based on the region one belongs to. Samsung is rumored to offer its new flagship Smartphone in the color Red, Black, White, Silver and Pink. This means that we won’t get a lavender purple version unlike Galaxy Note 9.

The new phone in the Note series will be a look alike of Note 9 the major exception will be seen in placement of the camera primarily. The four lenses camera include an extra lens which a ToF (Time of flight), depth-sensing one. Nothing is confirmed as yet however, we know what we want from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10: affordable price range, in-screen fingerprint scanner, a completely new look, improved facial recognition and an even longer lasting battery will be appreciated too.