Less than 24 hours after revealing a series of renderings based on the CAD drawing of the Galaxy Note 10, recently, the famous leak specialist @OnLeaks came back with some render images of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, which showed a clear view of the final design of this phone.
The symmetrical bezel is on the front, four cameras on the back
Overall, Galaxy Note 10 Pro will not be too different from the standard Galaxy Note 10 when talking about design. It still comes with curved AMOLED screen and ultra-thin bezel borders on the side, fingerprint sensor integrated under the screen, top and bottom edges are symmetrical, as well as small "moles" to place a selfie camera in the middle.
However, the screen diagonal size of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro has been increased to 6.75 inches, much larger than the 6.3-inch screen of the Note 10.
Looking at the back of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, it can be seen that the three rear cameras found on the smaller flagship are still retained. To make a clear distinction between the two devices, the Pro variant appears to have a dedicated ToF sensor placed under the LED flash.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro (left) and Galaxy Note 10 (right)
Basically, the 4 rear camera system of Galaxy Note 10 Pro must be equivalent to the Galaxy S10 5G, although there may be a slight difference in design. In fact, there are rumors that this phone will own the camera with identical parameters S10 5G, including 12MP main sensor can change aperture, ultra wide angle sensor 12MP with 123 degrees field of view and 16MP telephoto sensor supports 2x zoom.
In addition, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro seems to have dual speakers (combined between the speaker and the external speaker below), as well as the S-Pen featuring the Note series. On the other hand, it also has a USB Type-C port located on the bottom edge, while an infrared sensor is located on the top edge. Unfortunately, CAD-based renderings do not have a 3.5mm headphone jack and also lack of dedicated Bixby buttons.
Snapdragon 855 for American version and new chip for international version
Like most of Samsung's 2019 flagships, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor for the US-sold variant. However, users in Europe and other markets around the world will receive an Exynos chip variant.
Although the Exynos 9820 Samsung used in the Galaxy S10 is not a weak chip, it is still hard to keep up with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 when it comes to performance and battery power, because it is manufactured on a regular basis. 8nm process, not newer 7nm. With the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, Samsung may close the gap with a new model called Exynos 9825.
Like the name suggests, Exynos 9825 is expected to bring about a small improvement in performance compared to the Exynos 9820, but more importantly is produced on the 7nm process. This will help improve battery life for users, reducing the difference between Snapdragon and Exynos variants for Samsung's upcoming flagship models.
Release date and time of shelves
Galaxy Note 10 Pro is expected to be released in early or mid-August, along with the standard Galaxy Note 10. These two flagship models will be pre-ordered after the launch event and sold out in late August or early September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro
Currently, there is no information about the selling price of both devices. According to the report, Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have 3 color options: Prism Black (Black), Prism White (white) and silver gradient similar to Galaxy S10 + Prism Silver.
Meanwhile, the standard Galaxy Note 10 will have the option of blue and silver gradient colors, as well as common colors including Prism Black (black), Prism White (white), Flamingo Pink (pink) and Cardinal Red (red). ).