Samsung’s latest phone is here, and it’s the first in the Note line to feature edge-to-edge display technology called Infinity-O display, although it looks different to the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus. It has the cutout for the front-facing camera is situated in the center at the top of the phone’s screen, rather than at the top-right. This placement of the single circular lens.

It is the first time Samsung has introduced two Galaxy Note phones at the same time. There’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – that’s the one you’re reading about right here – and it’s joined by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The Note 10 Plus has a larger display, and is therefore bigger in general, and it comes with a few upgrades and in the camera compared to the standard model.

The Galaxy Note 10 release date is August 23 in the US and UK – we’ve yet to learn when it’ll launch in Kenya. The Galaxy Note 10 price is set at $945 (£899, around KES120,000), and pre-ordering is currently open in Kenya.