August 7th is the date on the calendar that every industry watchers look up to. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is launching on August 7, and expectedly, more rumors and leaks are pouring even as we have only a few weeks to go.
Just yesterday, we saw a leaked official marketing render of the Watch Active 2 which is tipped to come along the Note10, and now, we have a similar render of the GalaxyNote 10 phablet.
Released by tipster Evan Blass, the render, unlike the previously leaked ones, looks more official given Samsung’s other marketing renders. The render accompanied by the S pen clearly beams light on the Galaxy Note 10 from an angle – the top. It also showcases the large screen which looks disturbed by any form of cut-out or bezels, except for the centered Infinity-O hole-punch front-facing camera.
Mostly noticeable from the angled position is the flat top which perhaps should see the screen occupying more space than ever before. The Galaxy Note 9 for comparison sake has a more rounded top. It houses the MicroSD/SIM slot, perhaps with an IR blaster. The top and bottom both are entirely not clear here, however, past render reveals that the bezels are even now smaller than the S10 top and bottom bezels.
Overall, the Galaxy Note 10 is now more blocky than ever. And obviously, the Note10 has an in-display scanner. And also bids goodbye to the headphone jack as well as the signature Bixby button.
On the flipside, previously leaked renders reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has a trio of vertically arranged cameras. The Note 10 Pro retains the same setup, but with an additional 3D time-of-flight sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Price
Early reports say the basic version of the GalaxyNote 10 will start at about $1200. Although that may differ from region to regions.