For all you eager Samsung lovers out there, the best and newest leak for the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Plus just came along. A leaked photo that looks quite official came out just before the official launch of the phone which is supposed to be on the 7th of August. You need to than Evan Blass, notorious leaker of all things tech, for this picture. Pretty much all the rumors that we have heard so far are matched by the details we can observe in the photo.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Renders
With the render images, that came out a few days before this one, giving us a detailed look at the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. This time we got an overhead look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus which more or less confirms the rumor of a central front camera as well as a clear vision of the phoneâ€™s design.
We can observe that the slots for the SIM and the MicroSD are in the same position as on the Note 9. But the microphone hole has shifted a little to a more central position. Something that really stands out in the design of the phone is the flat top. A feature that is quite different from the curvey shapes on Note 9. The design of the new phoneâ€™s handset is flat, which might seem boring but will allow for the screen to be stretched out.
New Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Leaked
Leaker Evan Blass has given us some insider info on the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, on top of the Note 10 Plus. Render images also came out that concern the new Samsung watch. So we have one image that features a band with a leather look and another from Blass that has a rubber look to it, like the original Samsung Galaxy Watch Active.
Both images feature a watch body with circular shape with two buttons positioned on the right. The pictures look quite similar but we can say for certain that information provided by Blass is quite reliable.
Carl Blair might be just at the beginning of his career, but after attending a technical school, he has a fresh perspective on todayâ€™s technology. Carl likes to socialize, so you will hear more from him, as he has been appointed to keep the Tech News Watch social media feeds up-to-date. In his spare time, he likes to take photographs and learn more about the environment. He contributes to the site with tech news, but you will also see some updates on scientific breakthroughs regarding the biophysical environment or wildlife welfare.