Samsung Galaxy Note 10 “official” leaked photos

Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Galaxy Note 10

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is rumoured to launch on the 7th of August this year. It’s probably going to be a 5G-enabled device. Renders of the phone from last month gave a fair idea of how it will look like but now we have the so-called “official” leaked photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, equipped with its stylus pen.

These photos may be the best look at the Galaxy Note 10 — the first official photos of the phone.

The leaks were brought up by the usual tipster site, WinFuture. Also, we got some of the photos from Ishan Agarwal, a typically reliable contributor at MySmartPrice.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 new leaks

The Galaxy Note 10 has a triple-camera array around the back of the phone, as previously rumoured. It also has very thin bezels and a hole-punch camera. It also carries the flagship Samsung curved glass appearance.

From the leaked photos, there is no visible fingerprint sensor, which suggests it may have an on-screen fingerprint sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may not come with a headphone jack. This may be a little odd because the company’s Note series has always had the features of a typical smartphone —with the headphone jack included.

At the same time, it may be less surprising since almost all the flagship devices are ditching the headphone jack. Luckily, there are premium Bluetooth headphones to use with.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

According to Roland Quandt, the guy who leaked the photos on WinFuture, the leaked photos are that of the basic, smaller version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The small model is supposedly having a 6.3-inch screen measurement.

This means there is the possibility of a second, larger model which could have a bigger 6.75-inch screen. This bigger model is rumoured to be the Note 10 Pro. We just have to wait until August for Samsung to officially announce their new Galaxy Note 10 devices.

 

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