Samsung will be unveiling two variants of the Galaxy Note10 on the second half of 2019. It is rumoured that the Unpacked Event may be scheduled for August 7. But we don’t have to wait that long as love photos of the Galaxy Note10+ have surfaced online. And yes, it is called Galaxy Note10+ and not Galaxy Note10 Pro like the S-series.
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The name Galaxy Note10+ is clearly seen on the boot screen in one of the images. From other photos, the bezels look slim and the sides are curved. There is a punch-hole at the top middle for the single selfie camera. Under the display, there is an in-screen fingerprint sensor like the Galaxy S10+.
One of the photos also shows the rear of the smartphone but it is blurry. The triple cameras can be seen placed vertically on the top left corner with the LED flash beside it. There are no images that show the sides so the position of the ports and the buttons are not known. But previous leaks have suggested that the phone will not come with a Bixby button and 3.5mm headphone jack.
A few days ago, Samsung Galaxy Note10 cases were published online by a Twitter user @Sudhanshu1414. It shows the same triple cameras with a single loudspeaker at the bottom and a hole for the S-pen. Samsung’s official accessory was also leaked which revealed two devices labelled as Davinci 1 and Davinci 2. The list included a variety of different kind of cases such as LED View, Clear View Cover, LED Cover, Leather Cover, Protective Standing Cover and Silicone Cover with color options like Silver, Pink, Red, Black, White and Grey.
The Galaxy Note10+ will sport Super AMOLED Infinity-O display and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset in some markets and Exynos 9825 in others. It will likely to run Android Pie out of the box with an Android Q update later.