On August 9, last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. As per CNET, the company's next fall flagship, the Galaxy Note10, could be launched on August 7 at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event - which would reportedly be held at the same venue as last year's.
As usual, there have been many leaks and rumors regarding the Note series, in the past few months. The upcoming handset may part ways with the 3.5mm headphone jack, which could prove to be a controversial decision, following the backlash Apple received upon choosing to do the same for its devices. However, given that other companies have followed suit, it perhaps won't be entirely unexpected for Samsung to go down the same route. According to a more recent report, the South Korean giant will not only kill off the headphone jack, but also remove any sort of physical buttons in the device, in favor of capacitive and pressure-sensitive buttons.
With regards to more design changes, the device is rumored to feature four cameras on its back, in comparison to the dual-camera setup in its previous iteration. Interestingly, however, four variants of the Note10 are expected to be launched in two sizes, with only the larger-sized model said to sport a quad-camera setup. Each of the different-sized models is rumored to be offered in both LTE and 5G flavors.
The reported date of launch could be changed, since there are still around a couple of months to go, while the rumor may also not turn out to be entirely accurate. Although Samsung has not officially announced a date for its next Galaxy Unpacked event yet, stay tuned in the coming weeks to find out more.