The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 reveal is taking place tonight and we pretty much now know everything there is to know about the upcoming Samsung device. Leaked marketing materials from Samsung itself point to two phones with new S Pen features and even a price tag.
According to Droid-Life, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 marketing material that leaked featured everything we needed to know about the upcoming devices. The Note 10 will have a 6.3-inch display and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus will feature a 6.8-inch display.
Both phones will come with a punch-hole camera on the front. According to the leak, the Note 10 will be retailing from $949 and the larger device from $1,099.
Samsung has added new features to the dated S Pen which can now read air gestures to perform certain actions on the device like switching between camera lenses. The S Pen will also be able to perform handwriting-to-text conversions on specific apps and allow users to do “precision clipping and editing” of photos.
The Note 10 will pack a 3400mAh battery and the Note 10 Plus a 4300mAh battery of which both will support a new “Superfast Charge” feature allowing hours of use from minutes of charge.
One last interesting leak is in regards to the new “pro studio in your pocket” campaign that shows the devices featuring new “pro lenses” as well as three Audio Zoom microphones which will combine together to provide some of the best video recordings on a mobile device.
Of course, Samsung will be officially announcing these two smartphones later tonight. You can stream into the Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked event from 22:00 SAT on the official website.
We will update you as the announcements take place over on the GLITCHED Twitter page as the evening unfolds. Expect a full rundown of the two devices soon after.
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