The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 release date isn't too far off, as Samsung has officially announced the launch event date and venue for its next Unpacked press conference.
Wednesday, August 7 is when you can expected the new Note 10 to launch, and it's all happening in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center (the same as the Note 9 launch).
This launch event will be later in the day locally for New York: 4pm EDT (1pm PDT, 9pm BST, 6am AEST in Australia).
What to expect from the Note 10 launch
The Galaxy Note 10 is about to get some of the bezel-less Samsung Galaxy S10 treatment along with a punch-hole display, according to the latest Note 10 leaks.
However, the front-facing camera that fills that punch-hole is poised to be center-aligned, and there appears to be only one camera peering out of the display. The Galaxy 10 Plus has two front cameras in a wide oval-shaped hole and the S10 5G has three front cameras.
The rear cameras also appear to be shifted to the left side for a vertical triple-lens camera setup – the extra camera is likely for a depth-sensing "Time of Flight" camera.
And, of course, the S Pen is due to get more tricks in the 2019 model. We might see the RAM max out at 12GB in certain versions, and we're expecting the chipset to get a Snapdragon 855 in the regular and rumored 'Pro'/'Plus' higher-specced version.