Galaxy Note 10 new mode teased on Twitter through a 30 second Video

Galaxy Note 10 new mode teased on Twitter through a 30-second Video

Galaxy Note 10 new mode teased on Twitter through a 30-second Video

Video reveals new DeX mode that will bring enhanced desktop-like experience through the new device. The company also expected to bring 20W reverse charging that is capable through a new Wireless PowerShare feature.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch is set for August 7, and the launch will be taking place in New York City. Yesterday, Samsung Indonesia Twitter uploaded a 30-second video teasing a new mode in the Galaxy Note 10 that is capable of transforming any HDTV into a desktop computer.

No specifications of the Note 10 were revealed in the video other than the major productivity features that can be expected in the upcoming device.

Galaxy Note 10 new mode teased on Twitter through a 30-second Video

“Working with too many devices? Time to power up… Be ready to meet the next level power,” is what you read as the video concludes, claiming that the Note 10 will be able to replace a list of devices for professionals.

Apart from this video, it is rumored that a new wireless Charging Stand EP-N5200 will be coming alongside the phone which will be able to support 20W wireless charging. Also, the phone is expected to be powered by a new Wireless PowerShare feature which will be able to perform 20 W reverse charging.

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These new charging features were however not unveiled but instead, a 15W wireless charger was spotted on a US FCC listing earlier last week.

Galaxy Note 10 new mode teased on Twitter through a 30-second Video

The video also featured a Stylus and a camera at the end, hinting that an all-new S-Pen Stylus and a new Camera set up will be available on the phablet. Samsung is also rumored to unveil the Galaxy Note 10 plus alongside the Galaxy Note 10 at the launch.

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