Samsung’s grand unpacked event on August 7th


We’re getting closer to Samsung’s grand unpacked event on August 7th, that day we’ll get to know about the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 +. A new rumour from Greece claims that the Note 10 will severly downgrade the resolution from its predecessor. Stepping from QHD+ (1440×2960) to FHD+. According to this report, screen size will be 6.3″, and its battery capacity is said to be 3,500 mAh. On the other side, the bigger Note10+ smartphone has a huge 6.8″ QHD+ display and a 4,300 mAh of battery.

This device will be offered with a base storage of 256GB, and 12GB of RAM no matter which model you pick. Compared to the Note10 it a has another differentiating feature, it will have a ToF sensor on the back. Finally, the renderings were correct: the Bixby button is gone. The Bixby functionality will be included in the Power button, probably with a long press of voice assistant button. All of that is just a rumour at this point. All will be revealed at the Samsung’s event.

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