A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro render showing two devices from the front and back. @OnLeaks / PriceBaba

We’ve seen loads of rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, but when will it actually be available? Well, it looks like we’ve finally got a launch date and venue.

CNET reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will launch on August 7 2019, citing people familiar with Samsung’s plans. Furthermore, the website notes (heh) that the new flagships will launch in New York City at the Barclays Center. This is the same launch venue as the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung’s previous Note device launched on August 9 2019, before being available to the public on August 24. So you can expect a similar wait for the Galaxy Note 10 to hit stores.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is tipped to be available in standard and Pro variants, with the Pro model said to offer a bigger screen and four rear cameras (the standard variant is believed to only offer three shooters).

Previously leaked renders don’t show a Bixby button or 3.5mm port though. The former omission wouldn’t be a massive loss (although a general shortcut button would be nice), but the lack of a 3.5mm port is far more divisive. Those wanting a Samsung flagship with a 3.5mm port should probably get the Galaxy S10 series instead then.

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