Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 10s, Apple Card invites go out to select few
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This week, Samsung debuted a pair of new note 10 phones at the company's event in Brooklyn.
Both a note 10 and note 10 plus feature edge to edge screens for the front facing 10 megapixel sort of psychotropic camera, new button configurations and a newly designed SN style.
What's not in the new note 10s is a headphone jack.
A pair of USB see headphones will come in the box.
Both devices are powered by a Snapdragon 855 chip and will feature Wi Fi six standard note 10 will be offered in only 256 gigs.
You go for 949 or the higher end note 10 Plus, we'll start at 1019 Samsung also revealed a super light notebook, the Galaxy Book S.
Available in two colors, the LTE capable laptop features a 13 inch touch screen, and a 23 hour battery.
It'll start at 999 and it's available sometime next month.
And finally Apple's new credit card is slowly rolling out, at least to a select few.
Email invites have gone out to those who signed up to be notified that the card was available, though a larger public launch is still on track for later this month.
Created in partnership with Goldman Sachs and MasterCard, the Apple card promises no annual, late, or overage fees.
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