The release dates for the iPhone 11 and Galaxy Note 10 may have just leaked, alongside the Google Pixel 4 launch date. The dates are quite credible because they fall within each company’s standard release timeline, and they come from reputed tipster Evan Blass.
iPhone 11 and Galaxy Note 10 launch dates
According to Blass, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 10 in mid to late August, which is what has already been expected. He said the iPhone 11 line-up will be released in late September, while the Google Pixel 4 launch date will be in mid-October. Blass cites a release timeline from Verizon for the information about the iPhone 11, Galaxy Note 10 and Google Pixel 4 launch dates.
We’ve been hearing plenty of rumors about the iPhone 11, Galaxy Note 10 and Google Pixel 4, and we expect to keep hearing more until each handset’s official launch date. Among the rumors we’ve heard about the iPhone 11 are 128 GB of storage as the base option, USB-C instead of a Lightning port, and possibly even a triple-lens camera for two of the three expected models. The iPhone 11 could also have a bigger screen than its predecessor.
Samsung is expected to launch not one but two Note 10 models this year with 5G variants of each, for a total of four Note 10 models. The standard Note 10 is expected to have a 6.28-inch display, while the larger Pro model could have a 6.75-inch screen. The Note 10 is expected to feature a hole-punch camera and an Infinity-O display. The handset is expected to have up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of built-in storage. The S Pen will also likely be improved
A big hint months before the Google Pixel 4 launch date
Even though the Pixel 4 launch date probably isn’t until October, Google itself seems to have leaked details about the device. The company shared an image of the back side of the phone on its @MadebyGoogle Twitter account. The image shows what looks like a square camera bump on the back, which is the same as what’s expected from the iPhone 11. The square bump appears to house at least two camera lenses, if not three. This would be a first for the Pixel line-up, which so far has stuck with single-lens cameras.
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) June 12, 2019