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Leaked Galaxy Note 10 renders offer a good look at the new flagship

It was only a matter of time before the official Galaxy Note 10 renders were leaked. That’s precisely what has happened today. A source that’s usually accurate has posted the first press renders of the Galaxy Note 10. No renders for the larger Galaxy Note 10+ have surfaced so far but it’s only a matter of time now before they arrive as well.

We are less than a month from the official unveiling of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone. The company has already confirmed that it will launch the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 at an event in New York City.

Leaked Galaxy Note 10 renders show a funky color option

We have previously revealed that Samsung will offer two Galaxy Note 10 models. This particular one has a 6.3-inch display while the Galaxy Note 10+ will feature a 6.75-inch display. These leaked Galaxy Note 10 renders confirm much of what was already known about this device.

The centered front camera hole is hard to miss and the bezels will be smaller compared to the Galaxy Note 9. Do note that marketing images tend to show slightly more trimmed bezels compared to what you get with the actual product. It had been reported previously that the Galaxy Note 10’s camera will be vertically positioned at the back. We can see that in these renders. Do note that the Galaxy Note 10 doesn’t have a heart rate sensor at the back.

The familiar Galaxy Note design will be available in a new silver color option with a funky gradient effect and a blue S Pen. You will also note that the dedicated Bixby key is missing from the handset. That is certainly going to make quite a few people happy.

Do you like what you see? It does appear to be in line with the expectations that many have so far. You can expect additional leaks in the coming days as the Galaxy Note 10 release draws near.


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borisblack
borisblack

no power button, even if it is power/bixby button – how do I take a screenshot with one hand?
no notification indicator – I know about like S10 around front cam lights & AOD, but we had it for ages & laughed at iUsers
no proximity sensor so goodbye Beep&Go, now for real
no heart rate sensor, that since S9 can even measure your blood pressure
possibly no 3,5 jack & micro sd
is this upgrade?

willyboy666
willyboy666

Samsung is not hearing the user’s complains and wishes….they take out stuff that we never complained about like 3.5 Jack, IR, HR sensor, extra remapable button,real stereo speakers.
& then add things like punch hole, reversible wireless charging, bluetooth spen!
REALLY SAMSUNG…I mean keep the stuff that we had and add some more… the note series was the Swiss army knife of phones.

I really don’t know …

locarno
locarno

Wait. Power button is on the left side ?WTF

fcaroll
fcaroll

Good look but not good looking :/

locarno
locarno

Yes. This color is strange.

RoadRunner99
RoadRunner99

No heartbeat sensor either… so higher prices keep coming with fewer features. Job well done.

djcbs
djcbs

I can understand the camera placement ripped-off from Huawei IF the S-pen fits below it. ’cause that way it leaves more space for a battery that already has to be shrunken down due to the S pen being there at all. What I can’t understand is the dumb placement of the front camera dead in the centre, as a horrible eye sore. I would have to immediately turn on the virtual bezel. And then there’s what I’ll never accept, which is the lack of a headphone jack and microSD expansion, if both those rumours turn out to be true. But… Read more »

locarno
locarno

I think people who wanted buy Note 9 already did it.

djcbs
djcbs

Not really. The Note 9 was ridiculously expensive. There are many people who want a Note 9 but refuse or can’t pay over 1000€ for it. Including Note lovers. Heck, as time goes by it makes increasingly less sense to buy phones at launch. Someone who buys an S9 in 2019 will still be buying a damn good phone that will last them for quite a while. If I hadn’t managed to fix the software on the S10e, I would still be using the S7. Because, apart from the cameras, there’s nothing on the S10e that I objectively *need* that… Read more »

fcaroll
fcaroll

“Fix the software on the S10e” sounds so good, samsung still has to learn how to do it

locarno
locarno

What’s wrong with S10e software ?