Samsung is rumored to announce the Galaxy Note 10 on 7th August and the company is going all out to make sure its latest flagship is at par with other flagships in the market.
However, it looks like Samsung might follow the trend as the company is planning to launch a Note 10 model without a microSD card. Samsung has always included a microSD card in its flagship but might change things this time. According to Max Weinbach, Samsung is planning to launch Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, of which Note 10 won’t come with a microSD card. He also confirmed that the units Samsung showed internally had a fake headphone jack to trick people and the actual device will come with an AKA USB Type-C earphone.
Update: headphone jack was a fake. Samsung added a fake headphone jack to the unit to trick people. It obviously worked. Type C AKG earbuds in the box. https://t.co/B8PkUFPVCa
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) June 22, 2019
5 years ago, Samsung pulled the same stunt with the Galaxy Note 5 and was met with backlash from the users asking the company to add microSD card slot. However, things have changed since then and I highly doubt anyone will have issues with the missing microSD card slot on Note 10.
5. No noticeable software changes.
6. No top speaker grill and much smaller bezels.
7. Power and volume on the left side.
8. "3 cams vertical on small one
3 vertical plus one more on pro under the flash to the right of the stack"
9. Both are centered single hole punch cameras.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) June 21, 2019
Moving to the camera, Max claims that Galaxy Note 10 will have 3 vertical cameras on the back and the Note 10 Pro will have 3+1 vertical camera setup on the back. Both the devices will have a punch hole camera in the center.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 10 in August with shipping starting in late August. We do know that the device will come with both the Snapdragon and Exynos processor. Apart from that, we expect to see a 512 GB variant with 6 GB of RAM.