As the Samsung Galaxy Note10 is scheduled to launch on August 7 at the Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco, the device is picking up the pace in leaking on the internet.
In the latest incident, Samsung Indonesia has teased a short video in which the Galaxy Note10 is being promoted as a business device. Although the video doesn’t give away anything in terms of specifications, it showcases how the Note10 can be an all-in-one device to use in an office environment.
The video shows a number of intermediary devices before a mail is finally received on a smartphone. In the video, first, a file is seen getting transferred to a USB drive which was then inserted into a laptop. Then, through the laptop, the file was sent to a smartphone via email in the end. The whole process looks lengthy and slightly cumbersome.
Through the video, Samsung suggests that all these devices are replaceable and one can do all the stuff only using the Galaxy Note10 which transforms into a desktop thanks to an improved DeX mode. The 30-second teaser ends with the text, “Working with too many devices? Time to power up…Be ready to meet the next level of power.”
If we recall, the Galaxy Note9 was also initially promoted as an enterprise device but later on, new teasers were outed focusing on its other capabilities such as the camera prowess, water resistance, gaming performance, etc.
This is being the first promotional teaser of the Galaxy Note10 it focuses on the productivity for now, but with more teasers likely to hit the internet in the coming days, we guess, other important aspects of the Note10 will also be highlighted.
Meanwhile, the famous tipster, Ronald Quandt, has revealed that the Galaxy Note10 could have a whopping 20W wireless charging instead of the current 12W fast charging available with the Galaxy flagships.
So far, according to the information gathered based on rumors, the Galaxy Note10 will come with 2K AMOLED display in 6.4-inch and 6.7-inch sizes for the regular and the Plus variants, respectively. A 5G variant and a toned down Note10e are also doing the rounds in the rumor mill.
Furthermore, the Galaxy Note10 is expected to feature Infinity-O hole punch display, triple-rear-camera setup with Plus model getting a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera, Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 SoC depending on region, and up to 8GB or 12GB RAM. The dedicated Google Assistant, as well as the traditional 3.5mm audio jack, are most likely to be done away with this time.
Nevertheless, everything is in the rumor territory for now. The details of the phablet will officially be out only when Samsung finally takes the wraps off it on August 7. So, stay tuned with us to regularly receive updates on this matter.