Days after Samsung confirmed that it will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 in New York, in a new teaser, the South Korean giant hinted at what its latest smartphone may offer. The teaser posted by Samsung Indonesia on its Twitter handle suggests that the Galaxy Note 8 might aim to replace desktop and laptops in India. The 30-second teaser asks users if they are using too many devices and adds that it is ‘time to power up’. The video, however, doesn’t reveal the features and specifications of the smartphone.
But, it also hints at the presence of DeX mode on the Galaxy Note 10 which would allow you to use the phone as desktop. The mode is expected to come with new features. “Working with too many devices? Time to power up… Be ready to meet the next level power,” the company writes while concluding the 30-second video teaser.
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— Samsung Indonesia (@samsungID) July 8, 2019
The teaser also confirms that the Galaxy Note 10 would be positioned as an enterprise-focussed device and is likely to come with S Pen stylus and a new camera setup to support creative users and professionals. Apart from this, there are several reports and leaks that have suggested the presence of a wireless charger with the smartphone.
Tipster Roland Quandt claimed that the company will unveil Wireless Charging Stand EP-N5200 as a successor to its existing EP-P5200. The latter was unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10 phones. The new model is said to support 20W wireless charging. However, in a recent event, Samsung had showcased the all new 45W fast charging solution, hinting that it could be a part of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
The new charging technology will take on Oppo’s 50W Super VOOC fast charging solution.