The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leak cycle has not finished just yet with the latest leak coming in the form of a new video that provides a closer look at the design while also attempting to confirm some of the specs of both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+.
The video was uploaded by Mobile Fun and does make it clear the devices on display are dummy devices, but also states that these were the ones used by case-maker Olixar to design its cases. Therefore, while the devices are non-operational, they are expected to be physically correct.
First off, the video does confirm the standard Galaxy Note 10 measures in at 6.3-inches and this compares to the larger Galaxy Note 10+ and its 6.8-inch size. Furthermore, not only does the video reassure that 5G variants of both phones will be made available, but the size of the 5G variants will be identical to their non-5G counterparts.
At present, it is expected that both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will be announced along the 5G models of each phone, and it was only yesterday that Android Headlines released a fresh new render of the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G model that's expected to become available first via Verizon.
Besides the size, the video also looks to confirm the previous rumors that the Galaxy Note 10 series will not come with a headphone jack. This is in addition to also confirming one of the major differences between the two Galaxy Note 10 models is the rear camera configuration. While both phones are expected to come with primary, telephoto and ultrawide sensors, unlike the standard Galaxy Note 10, the Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to include an additional sensor on the back.
Previously, it has been suggested the additional sensor will be a Time-of-Flight sensor although in the video Mobile Fun is unable to confirm this.
Generally speaking, the video suggests that most of the other design elements will be quite similar to the previous Galaxy Note device, and this includes the same button, microSD slot and S Pen holster locations.
Of course, these dummy phones do not provide any insight into what's included inside the phones and this is another of the areas in which the two models are understood to be different. This is mainly in terms of the RAM and the storage with the Galaxy Note 10+ expected to gain on the standard Galaxy Note 10 on both accounts.
This is only the latest Galaxy Note 10 leak to come through as it barely seems as though a few hours can pass without a new Galaxy Note 10 leak. For example, earlier today, a new image leak surfaced which looked to provide a clear view of all of the colors that the phones are expected to become available in at launch.
With so many leaks having come through of late it does remains to be seen what surprises will be left to unveil when Samsung finally takes to the stage to announce the new Galaxy Note 10 series on August 7, although in the meantime you can check out the new video in full below.