Our First Look at Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+

Posted on July 10, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Android, Hardware, Mobile with 12 Comments

Samsung is less than a month away from officially launching the latest addition to the Galaxy Note 10 line, and we are getting our first look at the device today. Although there haven’t been a ton of leaks of the device so far, that’s starting to change.

Reliable leaker Ishan Agardwal has revealed what seem to be the official renders for the Galaxy Note 10, and the Note 10+. The same renders were also leaked by another credible source WinFuture. First up, let’s get the renders out the way. What you see above is the 6.28-inch Galaxy Note 10 in a new silver finish. And here’s the classic black version:

And here’s the bigger  6.75-inch Galaxy Note 10+ in the silver finish:

And the black finish:

From the renders, there are some interesting points to pick-up. Samsung is going for a vertical three-camera setup for the back of the device, which is a pretty elegant design. Plus, the company is also expected to introduce a three-stage variable aperture system on the device, so that’d work out pretty well.

Another notable point is the lack of a dedicated Bixby button or a  fingerprint scanner, suggesting that the fingerprint scanner is under the display. But here’s the weird part, the button under the volume rockers is usually the Bixby button, so Samsung may have moved the power button to the left, or simply gotten rid of the power button which would be…uh, nonsensical.

I’m sure we will get an even closer look at the device before the official launch and many more leaks, so keep an eye out if you are looking forward to Samsung’s next Galaxy Note device at all.

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