New Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders reveal radical redesign
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to launch in August and will be the latest edition of a series that debuted to an astounding reception way back in 2011. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will succeed the Galaxy Note 9 and like years gone by, the handset will be announced in August if all goes to plan.
91Mobiles in partnership with @OnLeaks has shown off CAD-based renders and a 360-degree video of the handset which fall in line with previous leaks. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with a punch-hole display that was first seen on the brand’s Galaxy S9 line-up. This time around, Samsung will be centre-aligning it as opposed to placing it on the side. The handset will come with a 6.3-inch display; have curved edges on both sides and making it marginally smaller than the Galaxy Note 9. There will be uniformly thin bezels on all four sides making it quite attractive. Samsung is also said to be using an in-display fingerprint sensor here and it will be placed on a Dynamic AMOLED panel that’s HDR10+ compatible, like the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The back panel is said to have been refreshed as the new triple camera module will make its way on to the Note series. The Galaxy Note 10 will feature a vertical triple camera setup at the top right as opposed to the centrally located camera sensors that were seen on the Note 9. The camera configurations aren’t known as of now but expect information to be available closer to the launch date.
PostedOn: 06 Jun 2019 Total Views: 383