Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leak season seems to be in full swing.
First, earlier this week images of the Note 10â€™s and Note 10+â€™s cyclops-like front-facing camera leaked courtesy of Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24). Now, more renders of the Note 10+ have appeared thanks to a recent U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing, according to XDA Developers.
The photos donâ€™t reveal anything that we donâ€™t already know about the larger Note 10 variation, but they do corroborate earlier leaks surrounding the smartphone.
Camera orientation, sensor locations, the Note 10+â€™s dimensions and the fact that the headphone jack is gone, are all confirmed in these FCC filings. Rumours also indicate that Samsung will utilize the Bixby button as a power button with the Note 10 and Note 10+. Activating Bixby with the smartphone is rumoured to be done by a long-press on this button.
The listing also mentions that the S-Pen can be charged wireless when docked in the phone, as expected, along with Wi-Fi 6 support, Bluetooth 5.0 and LTE.
The Note 10+ is set to feature a 6.75-inch display compared to the standard Note 10â€™s 6.3-inch screen. The larger version of the smartphone is also tipped to feature an additional rear-facing time-of-flight rear sensor that its smaller counterpart lacks.
The Note 10 and Note 10+ are set to be officially revealed on August 7th at an event in New York City.
Image credit: FCC, XDA Developers
Source: FCC, XDA Developers Via: 9to5Google