UPDATE: Another real-life image surfaced (added to the gallery down below) in several copies, showing the Galaxy Note 10+ with a turned on display. These images give you an even better look at the phone's front side, as you can see those bezels more clearly. The bottom bezel will be the thickest, it seems, but it will be only a bit thicker than the rest of them.
ORIGINAL: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have been leaking intensively for weeks now. Following leaks of a ton of renders, and several real-life images, the Galaxy Note 10+ has just surfaced yet again.
If you take a look at the image provided down below, you will see a new real-life image of the larger Galaxy Note 10 handset, the Galaxy Note 10+. The phone seems to have an original wrapping on it, as its name is stated on the front, along with both Knox and Android brandings.
This image more or less confirms all the other leaks that we've seen when it comes to the Galaxy Note 10+. This phone will basically look the same as the Galaxy Note 10 from the front, though it will be larger, due to a larger display.
You will immediately notice its front-facing camera, which is centered at the top of the display. The phone's display will be curved, as it's easy to notice in the provided image, while the phone's bezels will be extremely thin.
If you zoom in on the provided image, you will notice razor thin top and bottom bezels, considerably thinner than before, while the side ones are almost non-existent, you will not notice them at all thanks to the phone's curved display.
You will notice that the phone is boxier than both the Galaxy S10 and Note 9 smartphones, and two sets of physical buttons are visible here. The volume up and down buttons are placed on the left, along with another physical key below them. That is either a Bixby button or a power / lock key. The Galaxy Note 10 series is said to remove the physical Bixby button, so this could be a power / lock key, as this is almost certainly not an international unit, but it remains to be seen, as it's odd for a power / lock key to be placed on the left.
The Galaxy Note 10+'s design will be quite similar to the Galaxy Note 10's from the back as well, though the Galaxy Note 10+ will include one extra camera on the back, a ToF sensor. Other than that, the phone is said to sport three rear-facing cameras on the bac, same as the Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will both arrive in two SoC variants, Samsung's Exynos 9825 SoC is said to fuel European and Indian models of the phone, while either the Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855 Plus will fuel the US and China models. These two phones will also arrive in both 4G and 5G variants if rumors are to be believed, though their 5G counterparts will be available in select markets only.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will become official on August 7, as Samsung had already announced its Unpacked event. Both devices will ship with Android 9 Pie, along with Samsung's One UI skin, and both will include a brand new S Pen which will offer some new tricks this time around, almost certainly.