January 17, 2021

Samsung has published a new video teaser dedicated to the future flagship of the Galaxy Note 10 company. In addition to confirming the previous information about the device bundle with the S Pen stylus, the video also revealed one of the key features of the future novelty.

Samsung teaser leaked Galaxy Note 10 features and release date [VIDEO]

Judging by the published teaser, the new product will support the Samsung DeX mode of operation available to the company’s top smartphones – the video series hints at the ability of the smartphone to replace several devices at once. Despite numerous leaks, the South Korean vendor is in no hurry to officially disclose the detailed specifications of the upcoming flagship line.

It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy Note10 will receive a 6.25-inch display and a Snapdragon 855 processor, and the older version of the device called the Galaxy Note10 + will be equipped with a 6.75-inch screen. Samsung does not comment on these assumptions.

The announcement of Samsung Galaxy Note10 will be held on August 7.


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