Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, an upcoming phone series from the South Korean tech juggernaut Samsung has leaked a lot even months before the company could actually announce it. Thanks to tens of design leaks and rumors related to the specifications and configurations, here’s a more gorgeous addition to the series. This comes from a sound case maker that shows both the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10+ in its full glory.
A first look at the detailed renders appears as if it is of a single model, however, if you look closely at the rear camera setup, the difference is more apparent. As the first render shows, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will sport a single punch-hole front-camera module right on its top center with no notch and a Dynamic AMOLED curved display. The backside shows a triple camera module arranged in a single camera bump along with a flash LED right next to the first sensor.
Next up, the second render shows a detailed look at Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ which has a quad-camera setup with three lenses vertically stacked along with a ToF sensor alongside other sensors that make up the rear camera assembly although the specifications for the sensors that come up with both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ is still unavailable.
Furthermore, the bottom side reveals a section for Stylus or S-Pen, speaker grille, a Type-C USB port, a mic hole while the top side reveals a secondary mic* along with an IR blaster that has been teased a lot. Horning an IR blaster makes both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ able to handle modern TVs and other devices to control it. Finally, we have volume rockers on the left along with a power button.
Samsung is about to hold its next Unpacked event on August 7, 2019, where it will launch both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ among other devices.
What are the specifications for Samsung Galaxy Note 10+?
Based on the rumored specs sheet that appeared on GSMArena, the device is likely to sport a 6.75-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a PPI of 498. Furthermore, it will surely sport Snapdragon 855 while an Exynos 9820 8nm variant is also available for some regions. Finally, the internal storage could go up to 1TB but based on a rumor, I believe there might not be an expandable memory card slot and not even a headphone jack.
Finally, the sensors could be 12MP wide, 12MP telephoto, 16MP ultrawide, ToF, and finally a fourth sensor while the front will have a 10MP sensor which is definitely an improvement over the last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 9+.