A new leak by @OnLeaks and @91Mobiles has given us our best glimpse yet at the Galaxy Note 10. The smartphone has been part of multiple leaks in the past, and it’s interesting to finally get some sort of a confirmation about the design. We must mention, however, that this isn’t an official leak, but merely a render based on information gathered by company sources.
This render also reveals some features that were discussed previously. Importantly, the company has left out the headphone jack, which is something that previous reports had also talked about. The dedicated Bixby button is missing here, though, which means Samsung is keeping some distance from the features expected previously.
The punch hole camera slot from the Galaxy S10 is present here, but positioned at the center. Rumors have suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 will pack a 6.3-inch display and dimensions of 162.6 x 77.4 x 7.9mm, making it a pretty slender smartphone. This is crucial, particularly because the Note 10 will also accommodate the iconic S Pen stylus. The company has made tremendous improvements with its stylus each year, and we expect some new features on this year’s iteration as well.
The company is also going to offer the smartphone in two variants, reportedly. One of them will be the Snapdragon 855 chipset and the other with the Exynos 9820 chip, with the latter primarily targeting some EMEA countries. American variants of the Galaxy Note 10 should carry the super fast Snapdragon 855 SoC, however.
What are some features that you’re looking forward to on the Galaxy Note 10? Let us know.