It’s no longer a secret that Samsung is going to announce the Galaxy Note 10 on the 7th of August at a New York City event. Well, a new report is now suggesting that the phone could take up to 16 days i.e. until the 23rd of August. This information was provided by a Korean report courtesy of Yonhap, and indicates that the launch will be worldwide and not limited to a particular region. This includes the standard Galaxy Note 10 as well as the Galaxy Note 10+.
On the other hand, carriers in South Korea have suggested that pre-orders for the Note flagships will begin on August 9, just two days after its announcement. The region will enjoy some more benefits, like being the only country to have the 5G version of the standard Galaxy Note 10. However, these have come from unconfirmed reports, so we’re not sure if it will materialize. Rest of the markets will come with 4G and 5G variants, allowing the customers to make the choice for themselves.
Naturally, offering a 5G variant in a market where the technology is non-existent doesn’t quite make sense. So it’s relieving to know that fans don’t have to wait a few months for the 5G variant like they did for Samsung’s early 2019 flagship, the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to bring in some major changes to the Note lineup, particularly the bezel-less all display design, along with the in-display fingerprint scanner. It also looks like Samsung will keep a front facing hole punch camera on the flagship. With only a few days left for launch, it will be interesting to see what other surprises are in store for the fans.