Samsung has already confirmed that the company will be unveiling the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10 during the upcoming Unpack event on August 7th next month.
Since then, the web has been inundated with more and more alleged leaks and rumors on the device. Of course, some of them could be real while others may be fake – but whatever it is, do keep in mind to take them with a pinch of salt.
Today, two renowned leakers Ishan Agarwal and Roland Quandt brought us a couple of Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ press images which reveal what seems to be the final design of the smartphone. The design language and features seen on the press renders coincide with most of the earlier rumors, thus making them highly credible.
Triple Camera Setup for Galaxy Note 10 & Quad camera for Note 10+
Similar to what we’d heard earlier, the renders we seen here show a triple-camera setup on the top left corner of the Galaxy Note 10 which is accompanied by a single LED Flash located slightly towards the right of its camera compartment.
The Galaxy Note 10+ on the other hand, shows off a quad camera setup on its rear chassis – with one of its sensor being a 3D ToF sensor.
Both the device we seen here are in their Silver Prism and Black color options even though there will be undoubtedly more color options along the way.
Front panel with incredible screen-to-body ratio
Seen in the renders above, both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ comes with an incredibly thin bezels along its sides. Towards the top, there is a hole-punched style selfie camera located at the center.
Needless to say, the hole-punched design for the new Note 10 gives the device a neater outlook as compared to the huge top bezel on the current Note 9.
What ever it is, these are definitely some of the most accurate renders which we’d seen so far. Therefore, we believe that the design of the actual devices will not differ much from what we saw today.