Samsung Unpacked 2019 invitation letter
South Korean electronics firm Samsung is likely to introduce the Galaxy Note 10 in this Unpacked event. The event was held at Barclays, Brooklyn, and New York centers (USA). This is also where the company launched the 2018 Note 9.
The invitation to the reporter appeared a black touch pen and something that seemed to be a camera lens on a white background. Recent rumors show that the S Pen with Note 10 can be equipped with its own camera, while other rumors say the Note 10 will have 4 rear cameras.
The Galaxy Note series does not sell well with the Galaxy S line but this big screen smartphone has a loyal user base. It is also where Samsung tests the most advanced phone technologies. Launched in 2011, the first Note opened the era of large-screen mobile phones. The 5.3-inch screen then became "small" by today's standards when the Note 9 uses a 6.4-inch screen and the iPhone XS Max is 6.5 inches.
Note 10 presents the right time when Samsung and other companies face slow growth in the smartphone market. New equipment prices are on the rise, but the features are not significantly improved. That means users are holding the device longer than before. 5G and new designs such as folding screens hope to fuel life for the smartphone industry but have not been successful so far.
Galaxy Fold, Samsung's first folding smartphone, had to postpone the release date because of a screen error on devices sent to reporters for experience. It is unclear when it will be sold to users.