The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is a hot commodity right now, way before its launch. The rumor mill has been churning a lot of leaks these days and the newest is set to take the Note fans by surprise. The renders that leaked a few weeks ago cent percent true. Yes, the latest leak isn’t some random renders nor a report claimed by someone. Real-life images of the upcoming phone have been leaked online. And it matches the 3D renders.
The 3 clear images, leaked by TechTalkTV, gives us much to ponder for the next two months. The Note 10 Plus, not Pro, as the first image clearly points up while it’s booting up, will have a bezeless, punch-hole type display. The camera is located in the middle of the top part of the display. The Note 10 variants will embrace the triple camera trend as its bigger siblings S10 have. Notice that instead of a horizontal setup, the Note series will now have the cameras in a vertical position. A top Note 10 variant will also sport a 3D TOF sensor, just like the Samsung S10 5G model.
Other leaked information point at an Exynos 9825/Snapdragon 855 processor with Samsung’s new 7nm EUV process. It might also get a 12GB+1TB variant. The Note 10 Plus is said to have a 4500mAh battery which will support fast charge over a USB Type-C port at up to 25W. The 6.7 inches Dynamic AMOLED screen with a QHD+ resolution display will also double as a speaker. Unfortunately, Samsung will nix the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus (and other variants) will be unveiled sometime around 1st week of August. Stay tuned for more coverage.