Samsung's teaser video suggests that Galaxy Note 10 could replace desktop, laptops

Yolanda Curtis
July 13, 2019

Apple may be credited as the inventor of the modern phone, but it surely was Galaxy Note in 2011 that built the foundation for the massive-screened devices we use today.

If new rumours are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will not just be getting an upgrade in camera technology, but it will also be getting a huge bump in charging technology.

For those unaware, Samsung DeX is an accessory sold with premium Galaxy devices, allowing users to have a desktop-like environment by connecting a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.

Samsung's Note 10 and Note 10 Pro is all set to launch on August 7. The video also shows how it can often be frustrating to deal with multiple devices to complete simple tasks. It was known earlier as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus but we're thinking Samsung simply wants to make things simpler. The model is also expected to come with 20W wireless charging.

The video hints at the marketing strategies Samsung will use for the new launch.

Apart from that, the device should sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or the Exynos equivalent. That is suggesting a dual camera setup, instead of the triple solution on this upcoming phone.

The Australian unit of Samsung Electronics Co Limited has been sued by the Australian consumer watchdog for allegedly misleading consumers by claiming water-resistant Galaxy smartphones as suitable gadgets to be used in swimming pools & surf.

Based on various estimates, Samsung's market share in Australia is more than 20 percent and ACCC says that the company has sold over four million Galaxy smartphones in the country. The Galaxy Note 10 is said to feature a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, while the elder sibling might feature a 6.8-inch panel.

Other features like 45W fast charging, tiny bezels, hole punch notch and S-Pen capabilities are also expected to be teased in the coming days.

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