Samsung's new Note takes on Huawei in selfie beauty pageant

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10, right, and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus are on display during an event to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. (AP)
1/11The Samsung Galaxy Note 10, right, and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus are on display during an event to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. (AP)
Samsung Electronics President and CEO Dong Jin Koh speaks during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. (Reuters)
2/11Samsung Electronics President and CEO Dong Jin Koh speaks during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. (Reuters)
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has emerged as the biggest beneficiary of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's trouble in the second quarter with a nearly 7% jump in smartphone sales, as the Chinese firm sold fewer phones in the global market after it was put on a US trade blacklist in May. (Reuters)
3/11Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has emerged as the biggest beneficiary of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's trouble in the second quarter with a nearly 7% jump in smartphone sales, as the Chinese firm sold fewer phones in the global market after it was put on a US trade blacklist in May. (Reuters)
People test new devices during the launch event of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Reuters)
4/11People test new devices during the launch event of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Reuters)
Close up of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, US. (Reuters)
5/11Close up of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, US. (Reuters)
With emphasis on improved video and photography features, which helped Huawei become the world's No.2 smartphone vendor, Samsung hopes the Galaxy Note 10 will appeal to YouTubers and fans of social media. (Bloomberg )
6/11With emphasis on improved video and photography features, which helped Huawei become the world's No.2 smartphone vendor, Samsung hopes the Galaxy Note 10 will appeal to YouTubers and fans of social media. (Bloomberg )
With two screen sizes of 6.3 inches and 6.8 inches, the Note 10 boasts enhanced video effects such as augmented reality and stabilization modes, and a front-facing camera centrally located at the top of the display for better selfies. It lacks a headphone jack, a tweak Apple Inc made to its smartphones three years ago. (Bloomberg )
7/11With two screen sizes of 6.3 inches and 6.8 inches, the Note 10 boasts enhanced video effects such as augmented reality and stabilization modes, and a front-facing camera centrally located at the top of the display for better selfies. It lacks a headphone jack, a tweak Apple Inc made to its smartphones three years ago. (Bloomberg )
The Note 10 will be sold starting at $949.99 while the bigger Note 10 plus will start at $1,099. The Note 10 model with 5G capability will start at $1,299.99. (Bloomberg )
8/11The Note 10 will be sold starting at $949.99 while the bigger Note 10 plus will start at $1,099. The Note 10 model with 5G capability will start at $1,299.99. (Bloomberg )
The phone will go on sale from Aug. 23 and square off against Apple's latest iPhones, which are widely expected to come out later this year. (Reuters )
9/11The phone will go on sale from Aug. 23 and square off against Apple's latest iPhones, which are widely expected to come out later this year. (Reuters )
Samsung Electronics President and CEO Dong Jin Koh speaks during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Reuters )
10/11Samsung Electronics President and CEO Dong Jin Koh speaks during the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Reuters )
Samsung is reeling from sagging profits in its mobile division due to weak sales of flagship models, even as it boosted overall shipments by 6.7% and stayed on top with market share of 22% in the second quarter. (Reuters)
11/11Samsung is reeling from sagging profits in its mobile division due to weak sales of flagship models, even as it boosted overall shipments by 6.7% and stayed on top with market share of 22% in the second quarter. (Reuters)
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