Samsung Galaxy Note10 Renders Reveal New Design, No 3.5mm Port: Leak

91mobiles has partnered up with @OnLeaks yet again, this time around for the Samsung Galaxy Note10 leak. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you will be able to find a number of Galaxy Note10 renders, while a video showing those renders has also been published, allowing you to take a look at the phone from pretty much every angle.

As rumors have been suggesting, the Galaxy Note10 comes with much sharper corners than the Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy S10 series, while it looks considerably different as well. The phone, if this leak is accurate, will sport a display camera hole, but this time around it will be centered right below the top bezel.

The device itself will include extremely thin bezels, its side bezels are barely visible, while the top and bottom bezels are extremely thin, and proportional. The display will be curved once again, as expected, while the phone will include three vertically-aligned cameras on the back. Those three cameras will protrude a bit, while an LED flash will sit right next to them.

Samsung’s logo will be included on the back of the phone, and the device will sport an in-display fingerprint scanner, quite probably an ultrasonic one, like the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10 5G. One more thing worth noting here is the fact that the Galaxy Note10 will not sport a 3.5mm headphone jack, at least this leak suggests it will not. That is not exactly surprising as several rumors suggested Samsung will ditch the headphone jack with the Galaxy Note10 series.

The source claims that the Galaxy Note10’s display will measure 6.3 inches, which means it will be slightly smaller than the panel on the Galaxy Note9. It is worth noting that the Galaxy Note10 Pro variant is also expected to arrive, though, and that model may include a larger display than the regular unit. Also, the Galaxy Note10 Pro will include a ToF (Time of Flight) camera on the back, at least according to Ice Universe, a well-known tipster. He also hinted that the Note10 Pro will be larger, so it will almost certainly sport a larger display, as we mentioned.

The source also notes that the Galaxy Note10 will include a QHD+ (3040 x 1080) Dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10+ support, and that the S Pen will once again be placed on the bottom of the device. The Bixby button doesn't seem to be present here, interestingly enough, unless Samsung opted not to include a power / lock key.

The power / lock, volume up, and volume down buttons are all included on the left-hand side of the device, as the right-hand side is completely empty. We're presuming that is the power / lock button, unless it is a Bixby button, in which case the power / lock button is nowhere to be found, and that's highly unlikely. The source also said that the Galaxy Note10 may measure 162.6 x 77.4 x 7.9mm.

The Galaxy Note10 series is expected to arrive in August, one year after the Galaxy Note9. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro, and both of those models will arrive in 4G and 5G variants, at least if rumors are to be believed.

The Galaxy Note10 series devices are expected to arrive in two SoC variants, with the Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820 chips, and their availability will be market dependent, same as with the Galaxy S10 series. Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on the Galaxy Note10, and Samsung’s One UI skin will be included on top of it. It remains to be seen whether Samsung will make significant changes in the camera department, but it would be nice if Samsung would include a new main sensor here.

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