The South Korean giant is scheduled to take Galaxy Note 10 in August after Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series has been launched, as it revealed Galaxy Note 9 last year on August 9. On August 10, 2019, ET News, a published by South Korea, revealed that Samsung will launch all the Galaxy Note 10 models.
The report states that Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be presented with a 5 G Note 10 Pro variation. In earlier days, PriceBaba, in collaboration with OnLeaks, leaked the picture renderers for the Note 10 series lineup, which demonstrate a hole in the punch on top of the screen, placed at the center instead of the left top and right angles.
Previous leaks concerning the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro indicate that Note 10 Pro is the top hardware, while Note 10 is the reduced price tag. The size of the screen and the number of cameras at the back are a noticeable distinction in both designs.
A third configuration of the rear camera in the Galaxy Note 10 and a fourth setup of the Pro model is also shown in the recent rendering leaks. The renderer does not specify camera requirements but a 3D depth sensor is probable to be the fourth sensor on Note 10 Pro. The screen of the two systems is curved, but the screen of the Pro model is larger and has a slimmer top lizard.
As for the renders, a headphone jack of 3.5 mm is not in the Note 10 series; the Note 10 series may have a fingerprint scanner on display because there is no rear-mounted capability. The Bixby button has been removed by Samsung, and the bottom of the Type C port is equipped with a slot, speaker grille, and S-Pen slot.
Previous studies indicate that a 6.75-inch screen for Galaxy Note 10 Pro is available, while a 6.3-inch AMOLED display is available in Note 10. The phones have a battery of 4,500mAh with 45W quickly charging assistance. Samsung’s own Exynos 9820 processor is anticipated to power both of the systems, while the US market is supported by Snapdragon 855.