We are so getting used to this all the time.
The Galaxy Note 10+ is revealed in a leaked press image render acquired by MySmartPrice, we can finally confirm that it will come Huawei-inspired gradient colors, there’s a punch hole camera cut out on the top middle of the screen, and the physical fingerprint reader that every has loved on the Note 9 is gone in favor of the ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint reader.
While the Galaxy S10+ sports three cameras on the back, the Note 10+ will sport a quad-camera setup, the fourth camera being a 3D ToF (time-of-flight) camera that measures depth.
The overall design of the phone is the usual boxy design since the Note 8, but you can also see that Samsung has stretched its screen to the max, which is reportedly a 6.75-inch Super AMOLED display and we expect to see it maintain the same footprint as the current Note 9.
Specs wise, do expect similar stuffs brought over from the S10+, including a Exynos 9825 processor (some regions Snapdragon 855), at least 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Samsung is also reported to include a 4500mAh battery with 25W rapid charging support on the Note 10+, an exciting upgrade for power users that have yearned for on the Galaxy A70.
The Galaxy Note 10+ will be officially unveiled on August 7th, now that we have seen the actual press renders, the only thing left to worry is if Samsung would finally remove the 3.5mm headphone jack, what are your thoughts?