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Samsung has sent an invitation for its Unpacked event. On August 7, the event will take place in New York, and the new Galaxy Note 10 will probably be unveiled.

According to rumours and leaks, there will be two different models of the Galaxy Note 10, writes Silicon Angle. These are the standard 6.4-inch Note 10 and a 6.7-inch Note 10+ or Note 10 Pro. It is also suggested that there will be two 5G versions of the phones, with the same specifications.

The Pro or + version of the phone is rumoured to come with a 4,500 mAh battery, while the basic model has a smaller battery. Some say it’s the 3,400 mAh battery that’s also in the Galaxy S10.

It is possible that the headphone jack on the phones, which was still present on Note 9, will disappear as well. Rumour has it that there will be no slot for an SD card in the basic model either. On renderings of the phone we also see a single selfie-camera on the front, in the middle. In the S10 series, it is on the right-hand side.

Delayed devices

The expected launch of the Galaxy Note 10 comes amidst a turbulent time for Samsung. The company launched in February its Galaxy S10, as well as the foldable phone Galaxy Fold. The Galaxy Fold, however, quickly broke: review copies broke down after only two days of use.

Samsung decided to postpone the launch of the phone. According to the latest rumours, the phone would appear in June, but that did not happen. A new launch date has not been announced.

In addition, Samsung’s profits have fallen as a result of reduced demand for chips. It may also have problems with suppliers because there is a dispute between Japan and South Korea. As of 4 July, the export of important components in the production of smartphones will be restricted by Japan.

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