This is Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with centre punch-hole display, triple rear cameras

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has leaked in clear and detailed renders for the first time. As of now, there is no information from Samsung’s side on the launch timeline of the Galaxy Note 10, but if we go by the company’s track record the launch of the new Galaxy Note could be around August this year. At around the same time, the phablet is expected to hit the Indian market. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders have been leaked by Onleaks in an association with 91Mobiles. The renders reveal that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with Infinity O display and for the first ever time the punch-hole sits in the centre instead of the sides as seen in Samsung Galaxy S10 series of phones.

The CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 reveal the phone from all angles. In addition, a 360-degree video of Note 10 has also been released. The renders and video reveals that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with punch-hole design display pretty similar to the Galaxy S10 series but the positioning of the hole will be different. The renders show the punch hole on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 sits in the centre. Inside the punch hole will sit the selfie camera.

As far as the design is concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 appears with almost the same design line as the predecessor Note 9, however, the side bezels turn out to be much slimmer than ever before. In the renders, the Galaxy Note 10 is seen with triple rear cameras placed in a vertical fashion. There’s no rear-mounted fingerprint sensor which means the fingerprint sensor will sit beneath the screen of the phone. The Galaxy Note 10 will come with glass back that will add to the design of the phone and make the phone feel premium in the hands.

The report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a screen that measures 6.3-inches in size that offers 1,440 x 3,040p resolution and pack HDR10+ support. The renders show the phone with curved edges on both sides and extremely thin bezels on the sides. It is expected that Samsung will use a Dynamic AMOLED panel for Note 10.

The report further reveals that Samsung is killing the 3.5mm headphone jack for the Galaxy Note 10 along with Bixby button. Furthermore, the volume and power keys of the Galaxy Note 10 sit on the left side of the phone while the right side is left empty. There are no buttons or ports on the right side of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The bottom of the phone includes speaker grill, S-Pen, mic, and Type-C port for charging.

As far as the specs are concerned the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in India while in some markets the phone may come with Exynos 9820 SoC. The Note 10 is expected to come paired with 12GB of RAM and run Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. The report suggests that Samsung may launch a Pro version of Galaxy Note 10 with a bigger screen that measures 6.75-inches in size. The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is also expected to include four cameras on the back and support 45W fast-charging support. In fact, the Pro version is also expected to come with or pressure-sensitive buttons instead of the physical buttons.