Here's our best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy Note10

Sagar, 06 June 2019

Last week an alleged image of the Galaxy Note10 showed us what this smartphone would look like. And now, some more renders of the Note10 have surfaced giving us our best look yet at this Samsung flagship.

These CAD renders are leaked by popular leakster OnLeaks who's been very reliable with the information disseminated in the past.

The images reveal that the Galaxy Note10 will look different from its predecessor - the Galaxy Note9. It will come with a punch hole display surrounded by bezels that are slimmer than the ones we've seen on the Note9.

The Note10's screen will measure 6.3-inch diagonally and is likely to have a QHD+ resolution. It will also have a fingerprint scanner embedded to it.

Around the back, the phone has a triple camera setup which is placed in a vertical orientation in the left corner. Samsung has ditched the dedicated Bixby button and has moved the power button to the left side below the volume rocker.

At the top, the Galaxy Note10 has a SIM card slot accompanied by what looks like an IR Blaster, and at the bottom is the USB-C port flanked by the primary microphone, speaker, and the S-Pen slot. These renders also confirm the rumors of Samsung ditching the 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Note10.

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Samsung Galaxy Note10

The Galaxy Note10 recently passed through Geekbench revealing Exynos 9825 SoC paired with 8GB RAM. There was also a Snapdragon 855-powered variant having 12GB RAM.

Samsung is likely to unveil the Galaxy Note10 in August, but until then, you can expect to hear a lot more about this smartphone.

Source | Via


Reader comments

  • Rishi
  • 18 Jun 2019
  • DkP

Superbly degine

Does look Xperia esque.Wish it would also have an aluminum back.Oh well.

  • hwklap
  • 07 Jun 2019
  • keR

The body completely copy from p30pro, why samsung? and this is a Note series year of 10, should be more innovative omg.

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