With less than one month to go until Samsung introduces the Galaxy Note 10 at its Unpacked event in early August, official press renders have leaked out online completely showcasing the company’s next beast.
Published first by WinFuture and followed up shortly after by Ishan Agarwal with watermark-less images, today’s set of press renders essentially confirm the Galaxy Note 10 design that Steve Hemmerstoffer leaked over one month ago.
The smartphone pictured, which is the standard Galaxy Note 10 rather than the Galaxy Note 10+, sports a large 6.3-inch Infinity-O display that is characterized by the central camera cutout towards the top. This is all paired with curved edges, extremely thin side bezels, and a slightly thicker chin that should be barely noticeable in person.
Over on the rear, Samsung’s new vertical camera layout can be seen. The company hasn’t yet confirmed the switch but the move is expected to free up space internally for a larger battery. In terms of what camera hardware will be included, most of the sensors should be borrowed from the Galaxy S10 5G. However, the primary rear sensor will arrive paired with a new lens that allows for a three-stage variable aperture rather than Samsung’s typical two-stage setup.
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