We're fast approaching the anticipated release of the Galaxy Note 10, which is due early next month. And while there have been plenty for rumours and leaks, there hasn't been a real, in the wild, sighting. Until now.
TechTalkTV has had their hands on the Galaxy Note 10+ and revealed that the expected 'Pro' tag is not happening. While the Note 10+ takes plenty of design cues from the Galaxy S10, such as the punch-hole camera, there are plenty of differences.
While everyone expected the hole-punch camera on the front, Samsung has moved it from the side, which is where we see the front camera in the Galaxy S10, to the centre. Which makes it more like a disembodied notch rather than a hole. The rear camera system is a rectangular panel arranged vertically.
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The images were leaked to Sal from TechTalkTV by one of his readers over Instagram
Aside from a confirmation of the name, the position of the front camera hole and rear camera arrangement, the leaked images don't add a lot more to the laundry list of leaks we've already seen. It seems the 3.5mm headphone jack is definitely gone. I'd expect the procurer of this images to have highlighted the jack if it was there.
I expect we'll see four Note10 models; the Note10 and Note10+ with a 4G and 5G version of each.
Samsung has barely let the dust settle on the Galaxy S10 5G but it's now preparing to release the next version of its phablet - the Galaxy Note 10. The latest leaks have revealed several new Note devices, including an enormous 5G version with a 6.8-inch display. Here's a breakdown of all the leaked models and specs.
[Source: Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ makes an appearance in the wild from Ausdroid]