For a while now, rumors surrounding the launch of a second Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variant called the Galaxy Note 10 Pro have been going around. Now, newly leaked hands-on images of the alleged device reveal that the smartphone will, in fact, be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Leaked CAD renders had already given us a good idea of what the phone might look like, and the newly leaked images confirm those design cues.
Three images of the upcoming smartphone have been leaked by TechTalkTV, with reputed leaksters including Slashleaks and OnLeaks retweeting the images. The first of these pictures shows the boot screen which showcases how the phone will be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The next image confirms that the phone will feature a single punch-hole camera located in the middle of the top part of the display. The third picture is quite a bit blurry, but it confirms the existence of a triple rear camera setup that is stacked vertically at the top left of the device.
Galaxy Note 10 Plus Expected Features, Specifications
The word online is that the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Plus will feature a 6.75-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen that bears a QHD+ resolution and supports HDR 10+ playback. This screen will also get Corning’s Gorilla Glass protection. Other than the centrally placed punch-hole selfie camera, the newly leaked images also showcase how slim the surrounding bezels are. Reports suggest that the phone will not offer a traditional earpiece speaker, and instead emit audio through the display. Sadly, there is a chance the Note 10 Plus will not get a 3.5mm headphone jack this time around.
The Galaxy Note 10 phones should continue to offer a stereo speaker setup. There will also be the S Pen stylus which will function about the same as it does on the Note 9, albeit with minor aesthetic changes. For imaging, the rear cameras of the smartphone are expected to feature a 12MP wide-angle sensor, a 12MP telephoto sensor, a 16MP ultrawide-angle sensor. A top end variant of the device is also said to feature a 3D TOF sensor, making the entire setup identical to that of the Galaxy S10 5G variant.
Powering the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is expected to be an Exynos 9825 processor which might be fabricated using Samsung’s new 7nm EUV process. The base variant of the phone will likely get 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage space. Backing this smartphone is said to be a 4500mAh battery that would fast charge over a USB Type-C port at up to 25W. The phone is also said to support 15W Qi wireless charging.
The Galaxy Note 10 lineup is expected to be unveiled sometime in August of this year.