By this point, you've heard a lot about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The phone has been leaked into oblivion- like many other smartphones- and a lot of speculations about the phone's specifications have been making the rounds on the internet. Finally, we may get to see the Galaxy Note 10 in the flesh on August 7 at an event in New York.
Samsung has, in the past, launched a few phones in the month of August, and notably, most of these are Galaxy Note phones. Last year's Note 9 also debuted on August, at Samsung's 'Unpacked' event in Brooklyn. It is highly likely that the company will continue this trend and launch the phone on August 7.
The key points from the Note 10- as far as the leaks have shown us- is that the phone will come in two variants and will no longer support the loved 3.5mm headphone jack. One variant of the phone will sport a 6.28-inch display while the other one will have a bigger, 6.75-inch display. These phones are not for those with small hands.
Other leaks have suggested that a quad camera setup at the back can be expected. In addition to that, the phone will also introduce time of flight cameras to Samsung phones. Another interesting point to note is that the phone will not have a notch- rather a punch hole display, at the center of the top of the phone. Something of a floating notch.
As far as internal specifications go, there are very little details. However, since this is a flagship phone coming out in 2019, it is likely to come with a Snapdragon 855, at least 6GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. However, all these details must be taken with a pinch of salt as they are what we have learnt from leaks and could change at any moment.