Picture Courtesy: Ishan Agarwal
- Official Galaxy Note 10 photos have leaked out giving us a good look at its design.
- The Galaxy Note 10 will offer really slim bezels, vertical triple camera setup.
- Samsung may also be ditching the power button or the Bixby key on the Galaxy Note 10.
We are less than a month away from Samsung's Unpacked event, which is scheduled to take place on August 7. The event will see the debut of the Galaxy Note 10 series, which is said to include a regular Note 10 and a Note 10 Plus. We have seen multiple renders of the Galaxy Note 10 that have given us an idea of what the next Note flagship will look like. Now, we have what seems to be the first set of official photos of the Galaxy Note 10 provided by two tipsters.
The Galaxy Note 10 images were leaked out last night by WinFuture's Roland Quandt and tipster Ishan Agarwal. These photos give us a crystal clear look at the Galaxy Note 10 from the front and back, and they keep in line with what we have come to understand about the device. Additionally, the photos also reveal some new colour options that includes a gradient blue-purple finish that looks inspired by Huawei P30 Pro.
As one expects from a Samsung Note device, the Galaxy Note 10 has a rectangular shape with sharp corners, which looks a little more bold compared to the curved and sleek look of the Galaxy S10. The face of the Galaxy Note 10 is all display with bezels that look incredibly thin. There is no doubt that the Note 10 will offer the slimmest bezels yet for the series. We also see the punch-hole cutout centered on the top.
On the back, the Galaxy Note 10 has been revealed in a solid black colour option and a gradient P30-like colour. We also see the vertical triple camera setup on the top left corner and the Samsung logo. There is no fingerprint sensor, which seems to confirm that the Galaxy Note 10 will offer an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor like the Galaxy S10 and S10+. The Galaxy Note 10 will offer curved glass on the front and back.
We also notice something interesting with the buttons on the side of the frame. It seems Samsung has dropped either the power button or the Bixby button as we can only see two buttons on the left side of the frame. Typically, the left side sees the volume key and Bixby button while the power key is placed on the right side.
These photos, unfortunately, don't reveal whether the Galaxy Note 10 has a 3.5mm headphone jack or not. Past rumours say Samsung will be ditching the jack in order to perhaps offer a bigger battery or to reduce the bezels. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus will look identical, but will get a bigger display and quad cameras on the back.
As for the specs, we hear that the Galaxy Note 10 will offer a 6.3-inch screen, while the Note 10 Plus/Pro will sport a 6.75-inch display. Additionally, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro are said to pack an upgraded Exynos 9825 chipset and the phones may get 5G variants as well.