Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup of smartphones on August 7 during the Galaxy Unpacked series.
As it turns out, the Galaxy Note 10 lineup will not only be good in terms of specifications, but it will also incorporate a bunch of new applications.
For starters, Samsung has patented a new Samsung Email Plus app which is rumored to be launching with the Galaxy Note 10 series.
The company has filed the patent for the Samsung Email Plus app already.
The Email Plus is reported to have auto-suggestions like the Gmail Android app. Furthermore, the app will be deeply integrated into the Samsung OneUI ecosystem and will bring in more sync amongst the Galaxy smartphone and the wearables.
As of now, nothing much is known about the app, but we are sure to receive further intel on the same in the coming days.
Furthermore, Samsung might also launch a new camera feature with the Galaxy Note 10 dubbed as a “Super Steady” mode.
The feature will most likely aim to take steady shots of an object moving in fast motion, but it might indeed be way more than that.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup of smartphones will be unveiled on August 7 during the Galaxy Unpacked event. Ahead of the launch, the images of the invite box for the device have got leaked.
The box looks pretty amazing and has a historical renaissance touch to it. Furthermore, there is a number of nibs which point out at the upgraded S-Pen which we are going to get with the Note 10 series.
A little while ago, the first real images of the device got leaked.
A user of Twitter has recently posted the alleged live shots of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (the Twitter handle also claims that the device will be called the Note 10 Plus and not the Note 10 Pro).
A new couple of alleged screen protectors for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro has recently got leaked.
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