Samsung’s summer Unpacked event, traditionally the corporate’s annual unveiling of its big-screen Galaxy Note line of phones, introduced us the Galaxy Note 10. We went into the event with some huge expectations for it. The event occurred just weeks after the corporate introduced that the Galaxy Fold will relaunch sometime in September after fixing issues with the screen. However, the Note, which used to be the flagship in which Samsung debuted the latest and best technologies, has some work to do to get out of the shadow of the Fold. And as frequently occurs when newer, pricier models are introduced, it may make the Note 9 more attractive to some folks.
Samsung additionally whipped out the Galaxy Book S, a superthin, Qualcomm-based laptop for $999. As well as, the corporate brought out a brand new Under Armour edition for the recently introduced Galaxy Watch Active 2. However, its Galaxy Home smart speaker was nowhere to be seen, yet again.
- Attractive Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a 6.8-inch display and kills the headphone jack
- AT&T and T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G phones will not work on their fastest 5G networks
- Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G will price $1,300 and begin as a Verizon exclusive
- Samsung reveals Exynos 9825 processor forward of today’s Galaxy Note 10 launch
- Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, like all early 5G phones, is not a good deal just yet
- New Note 10 gesture controls work with a wave of the stylus
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 kills the headphone jack dead
- Bye-bye, Bixby button
- Samsung DeX desires to invade your laptop
- Samsung Note will allow you to 3D scan a physical object in seconds