The Galaxy Note 10 is scheduled for release in less than a month – on August 7th. Thanks to the new images provided by the renowned leaker Ishan Agarwal, we see confirmed the final look of the smartphone.
We are talking about unofficial images, but given the reliability this leaker has revealed in the past, we dare to say that this will really be the final design of the Note 10. And in addition to the traditional black, Samsung will enter the realm of Huawei, and launch the device in a gradient color scheme.
What confirm the pictures:
- Three cameras on the back of the smartphone;
- Very small margins on the screen;
- Center screen hole for front camera;
- No visible biometric sensor (possibility to be on screen);
- There is no visible 3.5mm audio input;
- Bixby's button seems to have disappeared;
- Two colors: black and blue-violet gradient.
Given that these images follow the line of what we have seen before, it is now confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10 will hit the market with three cameras at its rear. The margins will be greatly reduced, but the front camera will be housed in a hole in the screen – which in this case is in the center.
Bixby button was abandoned on Galaxy Note 10
The screen follows what we are used to at Samsung and is curved. Given that we don't see any biometric sensors in the rear, it is to be expected that we will find it embedded in the screen. The on-off button is on the left and the much-criticized Bixby button seems to have disappeared.
Images do not show 3.5mm audio input
Proponents of the 3.5mm audio input won't find it, according to these images, in Note 10. Although it is the (now logical) path of the manufacturers, we are talking about a device that, by its size, would probably be able to embrace this port without problems.
The smartphone we see in the images is the Galaxy Note 10 – and much has been said about a Pro model. According to the leaker, this version has a 6.3 inch screen, so we can expect a larger Plus model. By August 7th we will know all the details, and a 5G variant will surely be on the table.
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