A recently-leaked roadmap for Verizon has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be launching in August. Now according to a report from CNET, it seems that we now have a more specific date to look forward to as the publication claims to have heard from their sources that the Note 10 could actually launch on the 7th of August.
The launch in August doesn’t really come as a surprise because last year, the Note 9 launched around the same time. However, the 7th of August also means that the phone is only a couple of months from being officially announced, and we know that there are many people out there who are eagerly anticipating the handset.
In terms of specs and features, last we heard, the Note 10 could be sporting an even larger display than before. It is expected to maintain the hole-punch display found in the Galaxy S10, and there were talks about how the phone could also be packing a quad camera setup. We have also heard that the phone could be offered in both 4G and 5G variants.
As for its hardware, there is a good chance it will continue to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, but for the Exynos variant, there have been some reports claiming that it could sport a slightly upgraded Exynos chipset over the model used in the Galaxy S10, but until we get the official word, take it with a grain of salt for now.