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Here are over a dozen Galaxy Note 10+ press renders, because why not?

We have seen a handful of Galaxy Note 10+ press renders being leaked online this week. Nothing has been left to the imagination as far as the handset’s design is concerned. That doesn’t mean we’re not going to see more in the days leading up to the launch.

More than a dozen additional renders have been leaked online. They show off the device from various angles and also highlight its new silver color which is accompanied by a blue S Pen.

Galaxy Note 10+ press renders continue to leak

As expected, the 6.75-inch Galaxy Note 10+ doesn’t have a dual front camera. It has the same single centered cutout as the Galaxy Note 10. Even though the Galaxy S10+ had a dual front camera, it was more of a novelty than something of substance.

The image posted by evleaks on Twitter appears to be from some promotional material for the device while the other renders were posted by Roland Quandt. You’ll notice that none of the renders show the bottom frame. These images aren’t confirming anything about the 3.5mm headphone jack. However, pictures of this device included in its FCC filing have confirmed that Samsung has indeed ditched the headphone jack.

It’s all business as usual otherwise. We have seen this all more than a few times now. The bezels have been slimmed down and the dedicated Bixby key has been removed. Despite some wild speculation, it’s evident that the S Pen doesn’t have an integrated camera.

There will obviously be other colors available for this device but the first set of renders shows off the classic black color.

We also get a really good look at the new silver color which has a rather funky gradient effect to it. The blue S Pen really sets it apart as well.

According to a recent report, the Galaxy Note 10 price will start at 999 euro. The base variant is said to feature 256GB of internal storage, at least in Europe. Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Note 10 on August 23.

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kkb2018
kkb2018

I bougth the Note Series from the 3… not buying this year. Why everybody hates the bezels?

adam4561
adam4561

The top and bottom bezzel are cutted like bezzels on P30 Pro.

punitverma2010
punitverma2010

I think Samsung need to get their designers changed.

GS7edge
GS7edge

Exactly! Also Samsung should let go of their engineers who proposed to remove the 3.5mm jack.

locarno
locarno

Power button on the left side ?

aarozone
aarozone

Yes, as they have decided to not add the Bixby button. You’d be able to remap the power button to Bixby like how it’s done on the A50 series. And since Bixby key was originally on the left it sort of makes sense.

Vuk995
Vuk995

HR sensor? Is it still there?

Abhijeet M.
Abhijeet M.

Only on the Plus, not the regular one.

kingrohan
kingrohan

Does the Note 10 or 10 plus have the IR Blaster..???

locarno
locarno

Probably yes.

henklbr
henklbr

Not known at this moment…

GS7edge
GS7edge

Seeing question like this and the answer will always be “Gone, reduced to atoms” Good to hear that the HR sensor doesn’t get removed too

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

So it’s nearly 100% confirmed no headphones jack? Hmmm guess those who were adamant it will have is going to be upset

Abhijeet M.
Abhijeet M.

Pretty much, FCC photos of actual phone confirmed it for anyone who didn’t wanna believe the rumors and leaked renders.

smartybones
smartybones

lets face it, there are so many wireless earbuds about now and even the ones at the cheaper end of the market are as good as your standard wired headphones so wired headphones are obsolete now.

Samsung has held out long enough now to accommodate those who choose to stay in the past. Time to get over yourself and get a set of bluetooth headphones

dave58
dave58

Let’s face it the headphone Jack is not obsolete. This is basically copying Apple move.

GS7edge
GS7edge

I don’t see the point of removing the jack. The Note 10 doesn’t get any slimmer though

preime101
preime101

Wired phones are a long way off from being obsolete. How do you plan on using your wireless earbuds to listen to I flight entertainment? How are is that wireless signal working out in congested areas or areas with lots of signal interference?

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