Samsung has already had a busy year with the launch of its flagship Galaxy S10 and updates to its cheaper A series phones.
The Korean technology firm has also just announced the launch of its first 5G-ready device which will go on sale in the coming weeks.
Once the S10 5G has hits stores on June 7, Samsung’s next big event looks almost certain to be the arrival of the new Galaxy Note 10.
If the usual release cycle is followed we can expect to see this new phablet unveiled in the summer and that means the leaks and rumours are beginning to flood in.
We’re obviously expecting the new Note 9 to feature a faster processor, more storage and brighter display but there could be some updates that might surprise fans of this device.
Reports suggest that the Note 10 isn’t getting some of the upgrades many might expect with it even thought some fairly minor changes could be inbound.
A leak from GalaxyClub is stating that new Note 10 will get a 4,170mAh, compared to the 4,000mAh found in the current Note 9.
That’s not a huge boost and means this latest device could fall behind some of its rivals including the new P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro which both feature bigger power packs.
Another rumour which may not please fans of the Note series is that Samsung may not be including many radical updates to its camera.
It was thought the Note 10 may get access to Samsung’s new 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor but that may not now be the case with it looking set to include either the same snappers as the current Note 9 or new Galaxy S10.
Tech tipster Ice Universe has tweeted a message suggesting the only main difference will be the camera sitting in a vertical position on the rear case rather than its current horizontal placement.
There’s no word on the S Pen stylus but Samsung pushed put a pretty big upgrade to this digital pen last year so it’s unlikely huge changes are coming in 2019.
Although there’s no official release date for the new Note 10 we expect Samsung to reveal more in August so watch this space.