We are under a month away until Samsung announces its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and as things go with the brand, it has already been leaked basically everywhere.
The first “official” photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have been uploaded by a trusted source, Roland Quandt at WinFuture and MySmartPrice contributor Ishan Agarwal.
The photos show off the upcoming devices in a black, and shiny blue/purple similar to the Galaxy S10. The photos reveal the devices’ triple-lens camera system super-thin bezels and the tiny punch-hole camera design on the front of the display.
Strangely enough, the fingerprint scanner is missing on the device which we would assume means it has been placed under the display. The device actually has very little buttons around it with only two thin ones on the one side of it being the volume and the unlock button. This power button could just be that darn Bixby button that no one wants and needs.
We also heard rumours the devices will no longer come with the 3.5mm headphone jack which we cannot see clearly on these photos. It could be at the bottom or the top but the photos do not reveal these angles. It would make sense Samsung would drop the port in favour of its Galaxy Buds the same way Apple did for its AirPods.
That would just mean we would need to splurge for extra earphones unless Samsung plans on bundling them with the Galaxy Note 10 or perhaps making it an early pre-order offer like they did with the Galaxy S10 and S10+.
Samsung plans on revealing the Note 10 and its larger counterpart on 7 August 2019 so stay tuned for more on this device including the local pricing and availability.