Samsung confirmed the date of its next Unpacked: the new Galaxy Note 10 we will meet on August 7

After the first rumors, it is now official. Samsung has just sent the invitations for its next Unpacked event, which will serve to present the next device in the Note range, which is believed to be called Galaxy Note 10.

The Unpacked will take place in New York, again at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the same site that was used last year to present the Galaxy Note 9. And this time, the event will kick off at 4:00 p.m. local time. next August 7, that is, at 22:00 in Spain and 15:00 in Mexico.

The perforated screen reaches the Note range

As we see in the invitation, in the image that opens this post, the focus is on the famous S Pen, characteristic feature of the Note family, and what appears to be a camera lens, which could point to the premiere of the Infinity screen - Or, or what is the same, the perforated screen that we have seen so much.

Time to level up. Galaxy Unpacked on August 7, 2019. #SamsungEvent pic.twitter.com/2CtFPjFCAr

- Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) July 2, 2019

As usual during these dates, the rumors about the new Galaxy Note 10 are several and varied, as they tell us that we would be facing four devices for this generation: Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10 5G and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G.

In case it is confirmed, this would mean that for the first time we would have a 'Plus' or 'Pro' version of the Note, which could incorporate improvements in terms of size and technology with respect to the "normal" version. A strategy that has been in the Galaxy S family for several years with good results.

Another rumor suggests that the S Pen would continue to add news and for the Note 10 it would release its own integrated camera, which would be related, to some extent, to the image of the invitation.

Also, another of the rumors tells us that the Galaxy Note 10 would have a configuration of four cameras in the back, which would endow it with new photographic capabilities. It is said that one would be a standard sensor, the other a 16-megapixel sensor with a 123-degree wide-angle lens, one with a 12-megapixel sensor with telephoto and finally a ToF sensor.

Next Wednesday, August 7, we will answer any questions and as usual, in Xataka we will have all the information.

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