Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship has been the subject of several leaks and recently we saw a mock-up of what the handset will look like. The latest leak pertains to the upper-end variant in the Galaxy Note 10 line-up —the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro and based on these leaked renders we get a fair idea of what the handset will look like. With this handset expected to launch in August, it will be miles ahead of Apple’s iPhone 11 Max that’s due to be released in September.
While the Apple iPhone 11 Max will come with an unsightly camera bump, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will come with a beautiful refreshed design. The most notable aspect here is the redesigned rear camera layout which makes it look pretty stunning; in our humble opinion. Steve Hemmerstoffer aka @OnLeaks has put together these renders giving us the first look of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The biggest takeaway here is the dramatically redesigned quad-camera setup and a single punch-hole front-facing camera. Also, the fact that the display has curved sides; it gives off the illusion that the bezels are a lot slimmer.
Popular Samsung tipster @IceUniverse has approved of these renders by @OnLeaks but claims, “renderings are a bit exaggerated especially the chin, which is actually only a little smaller than the S10+.” @OnLeaks has responded to this comment and states that Note 10 Pro will have a 4.1mm chin versus the 4.9mm chin that’s seen on the S10.
As far as bad news goes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will not feature the 3.5mm headphone jack and just like the Galaxy Note 10, it will be pulled from the Note 10 Pro as well. This will come as a huge blow to Samsung aficionados as generally, the brand has not removed this port from any of its flagship handsets. This means the Galaxy Note 10 line-up will be the first to debut without the 3.5mm headphone jack.
In what may come as welcome news to Samsung fans, the Note 10 is expected to feature next-generation RAM alongside UFS 3.0 storage and up to 45W fast charging capabilities. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro set to debut with a beautiful design, it appears that Apple’s iPhone 11 Max will be left in the stone-age when it comes to the way it looks.
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