Samsung’s next flagship in the Note series is almost here with some rumors suggesting the official launch will be happening on August 7. However, aside from that, we had already come across what could be the features of the Note 10. The device will proposedly feature the Samsung Exynos 9820 SoC or the Snapdragon 855 depending on the region and will run on Samsung’s OneUI.
Live images have been surfaced on Twitter already which indicate the Pro version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be called Note 10+ and not Pro. From the photos, you can also notice that the Note 10+ has a triple lens camera setup at the back arranged vertically, unlike what is in the Google Pixel or the next iPhone.
The front of the device is just like the previous rumors had suggested, a punch-hole but this time placed at the center.
Besides the general shape of the Note 10+ still maintains its slab design like in the Note 9 but this time Samsung has reduced the upper bezels, and the chin is quite broad than the top bezel but still looks okay.
With the leaked images we can’t tell about the presence of the headphone jack, but the renders by Onleaks suggested the jack is still available. Regarding the camera, rumors suggest it will feature a three variable stage aperture; f/1.5, f/1.8 and f/2.4 which, if turns out to be true the Galaxy Note 10+ will change the smartphone photography game in a big way.