The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to launch in August and the leaks are spilling in at a rapid rate. The last we heard about this handset was that the lower-end version will have a paltry 3400mAh battery; thereby making it a less than ideal upgrade. The latest leak comes via the reputed Ben Geskin and this information was backed by well-known Samsung leakster @IceUniverse.
The new leak shows us an accurate render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and with it, we get a first look at what the highly-awaited handset ahead of its official unveiling. However, this is merely a render mocked up by a designer and the final design of the handset may vary at the time of the official launch.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to look significantly different from last year’s model as it will feature a redesigned camera layout. Last year’s handset came with a horizontal camera layout, but this year’s device will feature a vertically stacked camera layout that’s similar to rival brands such as Huawei. Apart from the redesigned rear, the handset will also come with a punch-hole selfie camera up front. These are the biggest cosmetic changes that will feature in the Galaxy Note 10.
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) May 29, 2019
this is correct— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
The Samsung Galaxy S10 was the most hyped handset to come out this year with a punch-hole camera and unlike Samsung’s current flagship; the Galaxy Note 10’s punch-hole camera will be placed in a central position. Based on these leaks, the designer managed to put together this image.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be available in two variants — a 4G model and a 5G model. The handsets will feature a single shooter up-front and three or more rear sensors on the back. Due to the punch-hole camera layout, Samsung will continue employing the Infinity-O display.
A report by BGR states that the rear camera design is similar to what other Android manufacturers use on their handsets. However, it just doesn’t imply that Samsung is copying anyone else design but merely a design compromise used with the Galaxy Note 10 as the handset also features a stylus. Samsung needs to add all these features and more without sacrificing on battery life.
Lastly, the new leaks confirm that the handset will be fitted with an in-display fingerprint sensor and making a shift away from the rear mounted scanner.
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