With the launch of the eagerly-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10 expected to be in August 2019, the internet has been filled with rumours on what features and design elements the iconic smartphone will have.
They have also released high-resolution renders of what the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro might look like, with quad cameras and a distinct lack of a headphone jack immediately apparent.
What can we expect?
As for the design element, the renders feature a boxy-like design in keeping with the Galaxy Note’s usual look.
If you look closely, you’ll notice that the location of Samsung’s punch-hole front-facing camera is now placed in the centre of the display, while it appears that it will be a single lens, as opposed to the S10+’s dual-camera setup for selfies.
OnLeaks also revealed that the display for the Note 10 Pro will measure at 6.75″, while the dimensions of the smartphone will be 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm. Meanwhile, the standard Note 10 is expected to come with a 6.3″ display.
Interestingly, the renders of the Note 10 Pro feature a quad-camera module on the back of the smartphone, with 3 main cameras supported by depth sensing lens.
As you can see, the cameras are also arranged in a vertical line, unlike Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series. There’s no visible fingerprint sensor on the back and this is an indication that Samsung will be using an in-display sensor like the Galaxy S10 series.
The power button, along with the volume rocker, is seen here on the left side of the device; while you can see the S-Pen, speaker grille, microphone, and USB Type-C port housed along the bottom of the smartphone.
Along the top of the device seems to be the SIM card tray, along with a secondary microphone and an IR blaster. As expected, the renders reveal that the Note 10 Pro will not have an earphone jack, or even the Bixby button.
Among other features, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro is expected to come with a Snapdragon 855 (or Exynos 9820) SoC, along with 12GB of RAM, UFS 3.0 storage, a 4,500mAh battery, and 45W fast charging.
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