Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked Event: Start Time And How To Watch

Galaxy Note 10 event

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 event is scheduled for Wednesday in New York. If you can’t be there but want to watch the Unpacked event, there will be a live stream. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Galaxy Note 10 event.

The Unpacked event is scheduled for 4 p.m. Eastern/ 1 p.m. Pacific at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. You can catch the live stream of the event in several places, including Samsung’s YouTube channel, the company’s own website, its Twitter event page and the Samsung Mobile Press website.

At this point, the Galaxy Note 10 event is almost a formality because so many of the specs have already been leaked. Samsung even opened reservations to place a preorder for the as-yet-unannounced handsets. Click here to reserve a spot to preorder the Note 10 if you are very confident about what the company has prepared. It doesn’t require any actual commitment to reserve a spot though, so you can still back out later if what you see at the Unpacked event doesn’t convince you to upgrade now.

Samsung is widely expected to reveal not one new Note 10, but two new models and possibly 5G variants of each, for a total of four new handsets. Rumors about the display sizes of the standard and Plus models vary, although the general consensus seems to be 6.3 or 6.4 inches for the standard model and 6.7 or 6.8 inches for the Note 10 Plus. The phones are expected to sport an Infinity O hole-punch display.

Other expected specs include 8 GB of RAM for the standard variant and 12 GB of RAM for the Plus variant. Both the standard model and the Note 10 Plus could have 256 GB of internal storage. Samsung is also expected to include the faster UFS 3.0 storage and a microSD card slot. The battery will likely be 3,600 mAh in size for the standard model and 4,300 mAh for the Plus model. If the rumors are correct, then the phones’ charger could be upgraded to as much as 50W and possibly charge them three times faster than the charger that comes with the Galaxy S10.

Both Note 10 variants are expected to feature a triple-lens camera with a 12 MP sensor, a 16 MP wide-angle lens and a 12 MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom. The Note 10 Plus could have a Time of Flight sensor as well. The headphone jack will likely be removed from both devices, as could the Bixby button.




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