On the invite, there is a picture showcasing the S pen and teasing the capabilities of the front camera installed in the new Note series phone. On the invite link, Samsung promises to take the Galaxy ecosystem to “the next level”. It’s hard to tell exactly what that means.
The launch event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the same venue where the Samsung Note 9 was launched. Time for the event is 4pm EDT which translates to 11pm local Kenyan time. This event will finally put to rest the rumors that have been popping up everywhere over the past few weeks.
Latest leaks show that we should expect a phone that has a lot in common with the Samsung Galaxy S10, in term of design. The new phone is expected to feature a bezel-less display with a punch-hole front-facing snapper. Again, according to the recent leaks, the punch hole will be at centered, not on the left like in the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. It’s rumored that the rear camera lenses will be arranged vertically on the left side.
You should expect to do more with the S Pen that will accompany the Note 10. Snapdragon 855 will be at the heart of this phone and users might get up to 12GB of RAM.
The count-down is on. It will be interesting to see what Samsung will bring with this phone and whether it will be able to catch up in areas that it has been left behind by its competitors.
After launch, it will obviously take some time before Samsung Kenya officially launches the Galaxy Note 10 in the country.