Samsung Galaxy Note 10 images leak and it proves that all phones look the same
You'll be forgiven for thinking that Samsung's created a P30 Pro with a stylus
You know that Samsung is holding an Unpacked event on 7 August, you know that they’re announcing the Galaxy Note 10 series, and you know that at least one of them will be a 5G variant, what you don’t know is what the phones actually look like and whether or not they’ll have a 3.5mm headphone jack. But now, thanks to the very reliable Roland Quandt and Ishan Agarwal we have the first images of Samsung’s upcoming handset.
The leaked images confirm the rumours of a vertically stacked triple camera on the back, a Huawei inspired gradient colour scheme, remarkably slim bezels, a dual curved display and a centre-mounted hole-punch display on the front.
Unlike the Note 9, the Note 10 doesn’t appear to have a fingerprint scanner, suggesting that it could be utilising the same under-glass fingerprint scanner used in the S10 series. There’s also no sign of a Bixby button, meaning that Samsung could integrate the Bixby in the power button as it did with the Galaxy A80. This feature would be similar to Huawei’s integration of Google Assitant with the power button on the P30 Pro.
Samsung might be copying another Huawei design move by removing the 3.5mm headphone jack from the Note 10. According to images posted by the FCC, this rumour is true, making the S10 series the last flagship handsets to include the much-loved port.
According to Quandt, the standard Note 10 will boast a 6.3-inch display while the Note 10+ will pack a mammoth 6.75-inch display and we might see a 5G variant as well.
We’ll be live from the Samsung Unpacked Event on 7 August with all the Note 10 updates.