Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S8, a big upgrade from its previous flagship.
The device boasts an octa-core processor, a new fingerprint sensor, a 5.7-inch screen, a large 4,000mAh battery and an optical heart rate monitor.
What we know about the Galaxy Note 7So far, the Samsung Note 7 has been the only Galaxy Note to receive an official software update.
However, we now know that Samsung will be releasing an update for the Galaxy 9 in the coming weeks, according to a source close to the company.
The software update will also include a few new features that should help make the Galaxy Plus 10 even more powerful than its predecessor.
The Galaxy Plus has always been a very powerful device, with Samsung using the Note 7 in its flagship devices for years, and the company has always planned for the Note 8 to have a similar amount of power as the Galaxy 8.
The biggest difference between the Note8 and Galaxy Plus10 is that the Note9 is said to feature an even larger battery, while the Note10 is rumored to feature a smaller battery.
The two devices will also reportedly feature Samsung’s next-generation S-Pen stylus.
Samsung’s new Note 10 will likely come with a new camera, too, as the company is also working on a new version of the S-View camera.
According to our source, Samsung plans to release an update with the S10 camera in the next few weeks.
The Note 10 should also come with the latest Android security patches, but no word yet on when or if that update will arrive.
The phone also has a new “Voice Memo” feature, and it should be the first phone in the Note series to include the feature.
The feature allows users to send text messages to their friends, family members, and colleagues.
It’s also rumored that the Galaxy Memo feature will be available for the new Note 9 as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro will be coming in three different colors: white, blue and gold.
We haven’t heard anything yet about the battery capacity, but our source claims that Samsung plans on offering the phone with up to 12 hours of battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy Plus is rumored for a similar battery capacity to the Note 10, but that device is expected to have less storage, and more of a screen size.