The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has just surfaced yet again, and once again we're seeing a real-life image of the device. In addition to the phone, however, this time around the Galaxy Watch Active 2 appeared as well.
If we had to guess, we'd say that the three images that are included in the gallery have been taken somewhere in South Korea, mainly due to the language selected on the device, it seems like Korean is in use… and on top of that, the images have been shared by a Korean website.
Let's kick things off with the Galaxy Note 10, shall we. The source doesn't really specify if this is the regular Galaxy Note 10, or the Galaxy Note 10+, but the two devices look the same from the front, so it doesn't really matter.
You will notice that the phone is in some sort of a case, wallet-like case, which is why its bezels do seem a bit thicker than they really are. The side and top bezels on the device will be extremely thin, while both Galaxy Note 10 devices will include slightly thicker "chin".
The provided images also give us a good look at the phone's display camera hole, which is now centered at the top of the display, and you can also notice that the phone's display features rounded corners. The volume up and volume down buttons are included on the left, along with a third button, which is probably a power / lock key, not a Bixby button. This variant of the device, at least, will not include a physical key on the right.
The third image in the gallery shows off the Galaxy Watch Active 2, in what seems to be a Rose Gold color, or whatever Samsung decides to call it. We've actually exclusively shared renders of the Galaxy Watch 2 Active yesterday, and this leaked image only confirms those renders.
As you can see, the watch will feature a circular display, and buttons on its right-hand side. The device will be fueled by the Exynos 9110 processor, while it will feature a 1.4-inch display, a 360 x 360 Super AMOLED panel. A 340mAh battery is also expected inside of this watch, while its display will be protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, on the other hand, will be fueled by the Exynos 9825 in Europe and India, while either the Snapdragon 855 or Snapdragon 855 Plus will fuel them in the US and China.
The two phones will arrive in both 4G and 5G variants, and Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on them, along with Samsung's One UI skin. The Galaxy Note 10+ will include a larger display, and that display will feature QHD+ resolution, while the Galaxy Note 10's panel is rumored to ship with a fullHD+ resolution.
Both of these smartphones are slated to arrive on August 7, as the company already scheduled an Unpacked event for that date. Both phones will include an S Pen stylus, and both are expected to sport plenty of RAM on the inside, though more than one variant will be available, most probably.