Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Latest Renders Hints at a new Gradient Color

Notable Indian tipster Ishan Agarwal has given as a fresh sneak peek of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which is just a month shy from its official launch. Ishan tweeted two real-life renders of Samsung’s upcoming smartphone in all its glory. Interestingly, the Korean giant is making a shift in its usual color choices. Note 10 will debut with a new color that eerily resembles Huawei P30 Pro’s Aurora Blue color. Notably, the color will be called some variant of Silver.


If you observe closely, you will notice that there is no button on the ride side of the phone. The left side houses volume rockers and presumably a power button. We do hope Samsung is nixing the notorious Bixby button, like the headphone jack. In addition, the front camera is also quite visible as it’s placed at the center of the display. Samsung’s punch-hole design debuted with the S10 series this year to counter the notch or motorized options that other manufacturers are choosing lately.

The other regulars that are missing from the Note10 are the earpiece and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. While a report claimed that the Note10 will debut with a Sound on Display technology that will emit sound from the display, the fingerprint scanner will be an in-display sensor just like its S10 siblings (S10e has the fingerprint sensor embedded into the power button!).

As for the camera, Note 9’s predecessor will sport a triple camera module, the same as the S10 series. Furthermore, if rumors are to be believed, the high-end variant of the Note10 will also get a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor for better portrait photos that mimic DSLR clicks.

Samsung has begun sending invites for the Note10 launch, which is scheduled on 7th August. We can’t contain our excitement. Stay tuned for more such updates.


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