Official Samsung Galaxy Note10 renders shows us what to expect

Official Samsung Galaxy Note10 renders shows us what to expect

Official images of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus has leaked today for the first time and while it doesn't tell anything new it does give us a confirmation to the accuracy of the previously leaked renders of the upcoming smartphone. However, since Samsung will be holding a press event in early August to unveil its Galaxy Note 10, there's a good chance that the Galaxy Tab S6 could also be making an appearance at the Unpacked event.

As we can see within the gallery above, the tablet has a little despair in its back, formed like its meant to hold the S Pen stylus.

Unlike the Galaxy Note9 and even the Note8, it appears that the Galaxy Note 10 only comes with a single button for power and a volume rocker on the left.

Several images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have leaked out, showing off the device in two color options: black and silver with a gradient design. They share the same S Pen, the same set of three cameras on their back and front, the same processor. Or they will be, once the Note 10 arrives.

Samsung's lineup of 5G smartphones only incorporates the Galaxy S10 5G at the moment but pretty soon it'll be expanded to include both the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Note 10 5G.

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is expected to come with the latest specifications including a Snapdragon 855 chipset and 6 GB of RAM, putting it on par with the top flagship smartphones in the market now.

The most interesting bit observed from the images is the presence of a dual camera setup on the back.

At any rate, let's talk about the Note 10's screen.

Another notable point is the lack of a dedicated Bixby button or a fingerprint scanner, suggesting that the fingerprint scanner is under the display. Of course, we could be wrong here, but where we can't see the bottom, that looks to be the most likely thing. So much is Samsung's ToF action becoming widely relevant that ETNews reported that Samsung partner business KOLEN is preparing a ToF-centric major investment.

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