Samsung is on its final process to unveil the Galaxy Note 10 series. The speculations are rife that the Unpacked Event might happen on August 7, although there’s no official confirmation regarding this. We already have the CAD renders of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Now the hands-on image of the device has surfaced online. From those pictures, it is confirmed that the upcoming Note will be called Galaxy Note 10 Plus and not Galaxy Note 10 ‘Pro’ as previous leaks indicated.
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As we mentioned above that the device will be called Note 10 Plus. The device has a thin bezel all around the display. It has a centred punch hole camera, the device has an in-display fingerprint scanner placed under the Super AMOLED display just like S10 series.
One of the pictures shows the rear of the phone but it is blurry. But it’s clear that the triple cameras are placed vertically with a LED flash next to it and the quad TOF sensor is placed just below the flash. Unfortunately, there aren’t any other pictures that show the rear of the phone or the sides of the phone. So we can’t confirm where the buttons would be. Though all the previous indicated that the device will not be carrying the Bixby button or the 3.55mm headphone jack.
The Samsung Note 10 will have a Super AMOLED Infinity O display, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 in some countries and Exynos 9825 in others. The device will run on Android 9 Pie based on OneUi, which will be later upgraded to Android Q. Stay tuned with us for more information.