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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumored to release on Aug. 7

Report suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 will be revealed at the same venue as the Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumored to release on Aug. 7

The next Unpacked event will take place at the Barclays Center, the same venue as last year’s Note 9 launch, people familiar with the plans told CNET.

We are two months away from Samsung's next device, not the fold, but the Galaxy Note 10, a device, I'm particularly excited about. It's not a mainstream seller like the Galaxy S series but the Note is a pretty hardy device and the Note 8 was a great comeback from the brand after the explosive Note 7.

Samsung has a bit to prove given the Samsung Fold got a round of bad press and hiccups but we can expect the Note 10 to be 5G ready. The company and its rivals face a sluggish smartphone market as devices are getting better and consumers are hanging on to their devices waiting for a significant upgrade. The hope being the Note 10 might be the answer.

According to Evan Blass, a  smartphone news leaker who's been reliable thus far, has indicated that it's likely the Note 10 will have a "Sound on Display"  which would replace the normal speaker grille with a vibrating screen and will come in two iterations, the Note 10 and 10 Pro with the latter being a phablet sized 6.75 inches.

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