Tomorrow’s the day we can judge how correct all the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks have been as it’s finally being unveiled on August 8 at the Unpacked event.
But instead of waiting a full day to get your grubby hands on all the juicy details, another site has leaked what looks to be official marketing collateral.
It's Samsung launch season and we're all interested to hear what plans it has in store for the Galaxy Note 10. Thankfully for us who didn't score an invite to the unveiling on August 8 (AEST), we can watch it all unfold online. Here's how you can watch it.Read more
Samsung is marketing the Note 10 models as “all in one device”, powerful enough to replace your computer, according to Droid Life. It’s set to include a magical wand, dubbed the S Pen, which will allow you to muck around with air gestures (talk about a throwback) and is rumoured to give you the option of taking remote pictures.
Battery-wise, the Note 10 will have a significant difference between the two models, with the 3,400mAh (Note 10) and 4300mAh (Note 10+).
It’s also due have super fast wireless charging, according to the marketing collateral, and an ‘intelligent’ battery. Naturally, the marketing doesn’t go into what makes it intelligent and how it will optimise battery life but we assume it’s got something to do with powering down apps taking up battery juice in the background, which you don’t actively use.
In terms of camera quality it’s got a ‘pro-grade’ camera, which has no mention of the megapixels but Samsung is claiming you can capture live-video bokeh with it. It’s allegedly also got three Audio Zoom mics to supplement any videos you take, which is more than enough for dumb Insta stories but sounds (ha!) incredible for capturing audio for the music makers among us.
We’ll know if all for sure once the full specs lineup is revealed at Samsung’s Unpacked event tomorrow. If you’ve been waiting months to hear the tea, you don’t have much longer to wait. And in the meantime you can read all about the other leaks and rumours here.