Galaxy Note 10 & 10+ Press Renders Leaked

The latest leaks about Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ by press renders inform that these models will be available in two color variants. The color options will be black, and silver and a gradient finish on the back as well as the blue color S Pen. With every leak ahead of the launching of these smartphones, curiosity about the upcoming features is on a high. Earlier rumors made the predictions about what features might pack with the devices and changes in design.

According to the previous rumors, these devices will come with a single selfie camera that moved to center from corner. Whereas on the back side it will accommodate a triple camera setup and probably Note 10+ may come with added ToF sensor.

Unlike the previous Samsung flagship devices, the main camera arrangement of the series is vertical and off to one side. But there is still speculation about whether Samsung has done away with a 3.5mm headphone jack or it’s going to survive in this round of smartphones.

Galaxy Note 10

Information from the leaks also mentions that Galaxy Note 10 will feature a 6.3 inches display whereas the Note 10+ comes with 6.7 inches display. Both of these models may get 5G variants. Probably it’s going to be the first 5G compatible device from Samsung as there is yet no launching schedule for Galaxy Fold.

Galaxy Note 10 predicted to be powered by either Snapdragon 855 or an Exynos 9820 which varies according to the region. Galaxy Note 10+ may fuel by 4500mAh battery with fast charging support, and Note 10 will have the same cell as its predecessor version.

The most significant change in design is that probably the Bixby key has removed and the power button is shifted to the left side of the device and below the volume buttons.

Though the Bixby key axed, Android Pie allows us to launch it through the long pressing of the power button. The device will start on 7th August, and we have to wait until then to have a clear idea about the upcoming features in this series.

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