Or so we thought. A leaked picture of the device while booting shows that it’s not called Note 10 Pro, but rather, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. This is consistent with the naming convention the Korean manufacturer uses for its S lineup.
Another photo confirms that the phone features a hole-punch — or what Samsung calls Infinity-O — display. The screen is curved and has thin bezels all around.
The last picture of the bunch — a blurry one, unfortunately — shows that on the upper-left side of the back of the handset are three cameras arranged vertically. Beside the module is an LED flash, underneath of which looks to be a sensor. A light sensor perhaps? Or is it ToF? But that seems small for a time-of-flight sensor.
There appear to be keys on the right side of the Note 10 Plus. Could be the power and volume buttons. Word has it that there will be no Bixby key this time around.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus comes with a 6.75-inch edge-to-edge Dynamic AMOLED display with a fingerprint sensor tucked under it; Android 9.0 Pie-based One UI out of the box; a UFS 3.0 storage; and a 4,500mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging.
It’s expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 925 chip, depending on the market. And the processor is likely paired with up to 12GB of RAM.
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