Samsung launched two flagship smartphones which are claimed to be “the most efficient smartphones” by the electronics giant.
At the Unpacked event held by CEO DJ Koh in Brooklyn, New York, Samsung announced of releasing the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+.
Koh said that this version will be the strongest among others. “5G is racing us towards new frontiers,” Mr. Koh said. “Samsung is at the forefront of the innovations that are making this possible. Our cities will be safer and smarter; transportation will be faster and more reliable.”
5G is building its way for the future and Samsung wants to walk the same path. Mr. Koh took the opportunity to lay out Samsung’s vision for an inter-connected 5G future, which was summed up with the tagline “Experience Innovation”.
It was in July that many official Samsung pages in Europe unintentionally revealed the inside details of the phone such as the operating system, colors it will come in and the storage options.
The Note 10 devices have got the enhanced camera setup, 3D scanning of objects, and also the augmented reality functions.
The company announced that both the phones will be available in the market from August 23rd onwards. While Galaxy Note 10 is available at $950, Galaxy Note 10+ is priced at $1,100.
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