Samsung Galaxy Note10 Pro renders show off punch hole display and quad camera
These images come to us from the same source who leaked the Note10's renders yesterday - the usually trustworthy OnLeaks.
As you can see, the Galaxy Note10 Pro looks very similar to the vanilla Note10. But, there are some differences between the two. For one the Note10 comes with a triple camera at the back while the Pro model boasts a quad camera setup. The fourth camera here is the 3D ToF unit and the entire setup is said to be the same as the Galaxy S10 5G.
Also, the Galaxy Note10 is rumored to ship with a 6.3-inch display while the Pro variant will flaunt a larger panel measuring 6.75-inch diagonally. The screen resolutions are likely to remain identical, but the battery capacities will differ.Galaxy Note10 Pro (left), Galaxy Note10 (right)
Everything else should be identical between the Galaxy Note10 Pro and the regular Galaxy Note10. Both of them come with punch hole displays, have the power button and volume rocker on the left, house the USB-C port at the bottom, and neither of them comes with a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
They also don't have a fingerprint scanner at the back as it will be embedded to the screen.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note10 series in August, but we will know a lot more about these smartphones until they go official.
Even the s10 plus is better than this years iPhone. iPhones should all go in the garbage. Too much lag
- 14 Jul 2019
absolutely i agree....damm
- 14 Jul 2019
If it runs android, by definition it can't be better than even an iPhone 5C. lol
- 11 Jun 2019