Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Leak Reveals Four/Three Camera Setup, Centre-Punched Display
The much-awaited tenth edition Galaxy Note 10 is just a few weeks away from launch, and the probable final look is out. After experimenting with a punch-hole design on S10 series, Samsung is again using it on Note 10, but in a bit different way.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a punch-hole Infinity O display.
Interestingly, the company is using it in the middle this time. Among all the punch-hole display smartphones, it’s the first time ever a company will use a punch hole at the centre of the display instead of the sides.
Samsung previously used punch-holes for all the Galaxy S10 series devices early this year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Design: A Notch-Less Edge To Edge Centre Punched Display
The tenth edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note series will come with an Infinity-O styled display. A first ever for a punch-hole smartphone. The Galaxy Note 10 will have an in-display camera at the centre unlike other punch-hole display smartphones and even company’s own Galaxy S10 series devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 punch-hole designed display is very similar to the Galaxy S10 series punch-hole design, except for the position.
The hole on the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 display will sit at the top centre just as the notches on standard notched smartphones. The selfie camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will fit in the centre inside the punch hole.
Coming to the design, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with an almost similar design as the predecessor Note 9 on the out. The bezels run much slimmer this time and the edges curve up at the ends.
The company would be using an in-display fingerprint sensor. The renders leak no rear-mounted fingerprint sensor or any fingerprint sensor on the side as Galaxy S10E.
Galaxy Note 10 will come with a glass-enclosed back with a metal ring encircling the smartphone on the sides. The company will also be adding up wireless charging given the glass back.
Overall, the design will largely remain same compared to the predecessor, Note 9. The edges will go deep, the bezels will run slim and on top of the display, there’s an in-display fingerprint sensor and we will get to see a punch-hole this time.
Three & Four Cameras At The Back: The Same Camera Sensors From Galaxy S10 Series?
The renders confirm that Galaxy Note 10 will be available with a triple rear camera system, placed vertically. Note 10 will borrow the same camera technology from the Galaxy S10 series featuring a primary 12-megapixel sensor paired with a variable aperture lens for enhanced low-light photography.
The main camera will couple with a secondary 12-megapixel shooter with an 2x telephoto zoom lens and finally a super-wide-angle 16-megapixel sensor.
Galaxy Note 10 Pro is said to include four cameras at the back, an additional ToF lens for depth mapping. The respective three and four camera setups will include the usual LED flash positioned towards the left.
Galaxy Note 10: Display, Processor, Specs & More
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel offering a screen resolution of 1,440 x 3,040 pixels with HDR10+ support. The display will have curved edges on both sides with very thin bezels.
According to the rumors, the Pro version of Galaxy Note 10 this year with a bigger screen measuring 6.75-inches in size.
Samsung is all set to kill the 3.5mm headphone jack with Galaxy Note 10 along with the Bixby button.
The volume and power keys stays on the left as the predecessor, while the right side will remain empty without any buttons or ports. At the bottom, Note 10 will come with the signature S-Pen, mic, and a Type-C port for charging.
Coming to the processor, Galaxy Note 10 will be powered by the current Qualcomm flagship processor, Snapdragon 855 (US and some markets) and will use the in-house Exynos 9820 SoC in India. Galaxy Note 10 will paired with 12GB of RAM running on Android 9 Pie with the company’s UI.
The Galaxy Note 10 Pro may include four cameras at the back with support for 45W fast-charging support. Additionally, Galaxy Note 10 Pro may also come with pressure-sensitive capacitive buttons instead of the physical buttons.
Galaxy Note 10 is expected to launch in August alongside a toned-up expensive Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Both the Note 10 models will be available in India soon after the global launch.