Yet more leaked images have emerged of the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and these latest renders have come from Steve Hemmerstoffer and 91Mobiles.
Looking like a change in direction for Samsung’s Galaxy Note lineup, the upcoming flagship ditches the horizontal camera setup found on previous devices in favour of an all-new 3 camera vertical layout that’s positioned in the top corner.
According to rumours, the smartphone will borrow its camera technology from the Galaxy S10 series first announced earlier this year.
The could mean that the flagship may well arrive equipped with a primary 12-megapixel sensor, paired with a variable aperture lens for improved low-light shots. Looking over the front of the Galaxy Note 10, it appears that the rectangular look of previous Note devices has changed. The new device seems to have sharper edges and what appears to be a flat frame above and below, thus allowing the device to stand up by itself.
The display of the Galaxy Note 10 is a 6.3-inch curved AMOLED panel paired with an in-screen fingerprint scanner, (the jury is still out for me on this) super thin side bezels, and impressively small upper and lower bezels.
There’s no sign of a notch with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, instead opting for a punch hole design. But unlike the Galaxy S10, the single 10-megapixel selfie snapper has been positioned in the centre rather than in the corner of the panel.
Previous rumours stated the Note 10 would have no physical buttons, in favour of capacitive touch alternatives, but looking at these renders show the presence of a standard volume rocker and power key. We can’t noticing that there isn’t a Bixby button, though?
The Galaxy Note 10 is believed to be released in early August, alongside a larger and more expensive Galaxy Note 10 Pro; the latter of which is rumoured to feature a 6.75-inch display and four cameras on the rear, also a possible 5G version.
As with previous Note devices I expect the US to receive a Snapdragon 855-powered variant while Europe and other international markets will receive the Exynos 9820 variant.