Introduction to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10: the definitive video concept

The attention of the enthusiasts, as well as that of the experts, is concentrating entirely on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, especially now that the range of Galaxy S10, culminating in the three versions S10, S10 Plus, and S10e, and the first folding smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold, have been made official. There are still a few months to go until the launch of the next generation Note phablet, which should largely inherit the stylistic features of the top of the range just presented, perhaps offering itself in a somewhat squarer form, as typical of the Note series. The device will also integrate a special slot for placing the SPen, another distinctive element that just can’t miss the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

The well-known YouTube channel ‘Concept Creator‘ (which very often in the past has signed projects of a certain caliber) has been concerned with making and uploading videos centered on the next generation phablet, inspired by the shapes of the Galaxy S10 and shaping it based on rumors leaked here. The device, on the back, has a quadruple camera, while on the front an Infinity-O display, with the camera sensor positioned right in the center. The device should also feature in a special 5G version, which would certainly cost more than the classic 4G model, but this is a guess that we will discuss later when the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will actually be coming.

At the moment there are no other details you should be aware of: all we have to do is invite you to watch the video concept in question, which says a lot about it in the terminal which we will experience in a few weeks. If you have any questions, the comments box below is only waiting to be filled with your comments.

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