Galaxy Note 10 rumors, both credible and… slightly less so, have been floating around for several months, making it only a matter of time before we got the full picture of Samsung’s “next big thing.” We always expected that to happen well ahead of the actual August 7 announcement, and lo and behold, the last few days seem to have pretty much completed the puzzle with key pieces like full design confirmation courtesy of high-quality renders and certification documents, European pricing information, and now some rock-solid speculation on a commercial release date.
A fairly predictable launch schedule
Meanwhile, if waiting between August 8 and August 23 sounds hard, you should find at least a little comfort in speculation that pre-orders will start just two days after the Note 10 is formally announced.
Pretty reasonable prices… all things considered
That’s a lot less than our gloomy $999 guess for a 128 gig variant, with the 6.7-inch Galaxy Note 10+ tipped to fetchÂ â‚¬1,150 on the old continent and 1.4 million won in Samsung’s backyard. That’s likely to translate to around $1,150 with certain taxes removed from the equation, and naturally, we now expect the larger S Pen powerhouse to accommodate at least 256 gigs of data internally as well.