The upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has everyone curious. Fortunately for those that could not have waited any longer to see the design of the brand-new Samsung device, the first official images of the Note 10 have been leaked a few days ago.
The images give us a pretty clear idea about the appearance of the much-awaited smartphone, revealing a 6.7-inch display. Even more, after analyzing the pictures a bit more in-depth, we notice that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 does not have a headphone jack or a dedicated Bixby smart assistant button (not that anyone is going to miss it).
The leak was posted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), sparking a lot of excitement among fans of the companyâ€™s devices. However, some say the images actually show the design for the Note 10 Premium variant, but the majority still believes this is the design of the upcoming Note 10.
Another image was leaked, revealing the dimensions of the handset in millimeters:
Note 10â€² predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9, had the following dimensions: 161.9 x 76.4 mm. Therefore, it is clear that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would be significantly bigger than Note 9. When it comes to screen size, we can also notice an increase. With Samsung choosing a selfie cutout camera for Note 10, it increased the screen size from 6.4 inches to 6.69 inches.
Other leaked pictures of the handset, leaked by XDA Developers, show us the rear side of Note 10. It seems that the upcoming device will sport a triple camera setup, with three vertically aligned lenses.
Since we canâ€™t see any fingerprint scanner, we can assume that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature an in-screen fingerprint scanner, much like the Galaxy S10.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.