Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has always targeted consumers who want a large screen smartphone for productivity purposes like taking notes with a stylus or multitasking. With every Note smartphone, Samsung has tried to inch closer and closer towards a powerful computing device. The Galaxy Note 10 could be the company’s most powerful Note yet, at least that’s what the company is hinting at with its new teaser video.
Samsung’s Indonesia Twitter account posted a short teaser video that tries to drive home the idea that the next Note device will replace the need of using multiple devices to get work done. The Galaxy Note can become a computer using the DeX mode. It can allow you to edit a presentation on the go, while a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen will allow you to present it hands-free. These are some features that are being highlighted in the teaser video.
The tweet has a caption that reads, “Say goodbye to hassle, and hello to powerful!” All of this is to suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 will be a powerful Note device. The video, however, does not reveal any new feature or the design of the Galaxy Note 10.
Based on past rumours and reports, the Galaxy Note 10 will come in two models, a regular Note 10 and a Note 10 Pro. Both these models are also expected to get 5G variants as well. Some of the biggest changes to the design will be the display, which will see a punch-hole cutout on the top center of the screen. The bezels are expected to be thinner than ever. The rear camera setup will be vertically placed on the top left corner.
The Galaxy Note 10 is also expected to come with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor like the Galaxy S10. Additionally, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro are said to pack an upgraded Exynos 9825 chipset that is rumoured to be based on a 7nm process and will offer a slight bump in performance and better power efficiency compared to the Exynos 9820 SoC. The Galaxy Note 10 will go official on August 7.