Several pieces of official Galaxy Note 10 promo materials have leaked out. Shared by Droid-Life, the materials give us more info on the Note 10's features and how Samsung plans to tout them to the public.
The leak shows that Samsung will talk up the Note 10 as a "computer" rather than just a smartphone, offering gaming capabilities, a film studio, and an intelligent S Pen stylus. The S Pen will offer air gestures like changing your music track or controlling a presentation without touching the phone, and you'll be able to use the stylus as a remote shutter for the Note 10's camera, too.
The Note 10's display will also be a major focus for Samsung. Today's leak confirms that the Note 10 will be available in two screen sizes — 6.3-inch and 6.8-inch — and that each will have an "immersive, near bezel-less cinematic display."
Samsung will include algorithms to help you get the most out of the Note 10's battery, learning how you use your phone and optimizing the battery for it. And when it's time to recharge, the Note 10 will give you fast charging capabilities to refill that battery more quickly.
The leaked Samsung promo materials talk up the Note 10's camera features, too. These include video bokeh effects, "high-powered pro lenses", and three Audio Zoom microphones to capture sound within the field of view that you're recording video.
Finally, today's report has some info on pricing. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to start at $949, while the Note 10+ will reportedly start at $1099.
Samsung will officially reveal the Galaxy Note 10 and larger Note 10+ tomorrow, and it's expected that 5G models will be announced, too. The new phones will likely be launched within a couple of weeks of tomorrow's event.