Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders leaked, shows selfie camera in the center

With the Galaxy S10 series out of the way, the next flagship to come from the house of Samsung will be the Galaxy Note series. The rumor mill has been rife with leaks and renders for the upcoming device scheduled for a launch later this fall. As such, new renders of the device have now been leaked. These suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 would feature the selfie camera in a position that has never before been seen on a Samsung device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks

New CAD-based renders and a 360-degree video of the Galaxy Note 10 have been leaked. It shows that Samsung will be retaining the punch-hole design, except that this time, the selfie camera will be in the center. The renders also show the display will have curved edges on both sides and occupy much of the front panel. Like the Galaxy S10, Samsung will be using an in-display fingerprint sensor here as well. Reports suggest that it could be a Dynamic AMOLED panel, with HDR10+ support and 1,440 x 3,040p resolution.

Over to the back side, the smartphone will feature a vertical triple camera setup at the top-left corner of the phone. What’s more, is that there will be no 3.5mm headphone jack this time around. The Bixby button has also been added to the list of ommissions. The bottom edge of the phone has a speaker grill, S-Pen, mic, and Type-C port for charging that may double up as audio jack.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specifications

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come with Snapdragon 855/ Exynos 9820 SoC, up to 12GB of RAM, and Android 9 Pie running out of the box. The rumor mill suggests that the company could launch a Galaxy Note 10 Pro variant as well. Under the hood, users will also get UFS 3.0 storage and 45W fast-charging support. 

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