Samsung's 2019 flagship Galaxy Note 10 series will take on the market on August 7 this year. The lineup which will comprise of Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ and a possible Galaxy Note 10 Pro has consistently been making headlines for a couple of weeks. It has again appeared on the internet and this time around out of the three, two in the lot have been spotted on US FCC certification website. The listing shows off the design of Galaxy Note 10+ and discloses key features that are hidden under the banner.
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have now received US FCC certification bearing model number SM-N975F and SM-N976B, respectively. The images of the Galaxy Note 10+ model were shared by an online publication which clearly suggests that the phone will come equipped with a triple camera array aligned vertically at the back panel. There will be no 3.5mm headphone jack and Bixby button on the Galaxy Note 10+. The power button and volume rockers will be placed on the left corner. |K|
An S-pen is also suggested to be in the pipeline with wireless charging support. Further, the listing also reveals that the phone will measure 62.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm in dimensions. It will additionally get a dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G LTE for connectivity. Unfortunately, there is no 5G connectivity on the model yet, however, another variant which was listed on the FCC could most probably be a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10+. But it is not clear which Galaxy Note 10+ variant it actually refers to. |R|
The images, on the other hand, spotted on the certification website hints at the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor which can possibly be an ultra-sonic scanner which was seen in the Galaxy S10 series.
As rumoured before and pretty much confirmed by Samsung's official teaser, a punch-hole display camera sensor will be planted right in the centre of the front screen of the device. The details listed on the FCC listing fall in line with previous rumours which means all these features might become a reality on the Galaxy Note 10+.