With just a couple of months left before Samsung can announce the Galaxy Note 10, we’ve been getting information on some of its hardware features. New leaks from the past two days have been giving us a very good idea of what to expect from the flagship in terms of design. Today, a new render has revealed both the front and back portion of the upcoming handset, leaving very little to the imagination.
Note10 and Note10 Pro both use a single-hole front camera, so this rendering is wrong. pic.twitter.com/mcz8tP7Ar8
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
Contrary to what we’ve heard so far, this render suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 will have a single front camera. Going by the Galaxy S10+ design, it was speculated that the Galaxy Note 10 will also carry the same array of sensors on the front. However, it seems like Samsung is going for a minimalistic design with its newest offering. It is important to mention that this isn’t particularly a leak. This render was originally created by Ben Geskin with @UniverseIce merely confirming the render.
A previous leak talked about the S Pen stylus on the Note 10 featuring an IR Blaster to act as a universal remote, which seems unlikely, but still plausible. Samsung is expected to launch multiple variants of the Galaxy Note 10, including a new 5G variant in select markets. Naturally, there’s still plenty that we don’t know about the Galaxy Note 10 hardware, so we’ll reserve our judgment till we have more word.
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Via: GSM Arena