The invite for the event teases an S Pen hovering over a camera lens which has caused rampant speculation.
There have been lots of leaks and rumors about the next Galaxy Note series.
The Galaxy Note 10 alongside the all-new S Pen will be officially announced on August 7 in NY. This time around Samsung will reportedly launch the Galaxy Note 10+ as well, featuring slightly enhanced specifications. The contract in question is a 512GB storage Note 9 from Mobile Phones Direct.
Note 10 has been rumoured to arrive in two sizes; one with a 6.28-inch screen and the other with a monstrous 6.75-inch panel. And despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the popularity of Galaxy Note hasn't dipped a bit. Leaked images suggest a rolled-side-edges Infinity-O display with a single centralised selfie-cam cut-out will be used in both instances.
The Galaxy A80 features 25 W fast charging and the performance of its triple rear camera setup is improved in certain scenarios - augmented reality apps and video background blur, for example - by a ToF camera. However, the appearance of the camera on the invite, next to the S-Pen, can lead to speculation. "Register your interest in the Next Galaxy", adds the text on the page.
Given the invitation, it's possible that Samsung will be moving the camera to the centre. Improvements and refinements will abound, but there is some concern about whether Samsung will do away with the 3.5mm headphone jack and whether it will be a "buttonless" device.