The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is months away, but the leaks and rumours about the handset have been surfacing online as we get closer to the official launch. The closer we get to the launch of the device, the reports about the smartphones seem more and more legit. While we have already seen the leaks and renders of the handset, now a silicone case has surfaced online that allegedly is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro and the Galaxy Note 10. The case gives us a fair idea about what the smartphone will be in terms of the build and size. It is also the first solid evidence of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 handset. Looking at the case, it is clear that the camera placement on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be vertical. It is worth mentioning that this is in-line with what the earlier renders suggested.
The images of the case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 had been tweeted by the tipster named Sudhansu Ambhore (@Sudhansu1414). According to the tweet, the silicone case belongs to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The tipster also claimed that these were the “real life” cases of the upcoming smartphones but other than this, he didn’t share any additional details.
Looking at the cases, we see a difference in the size of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. There is also a slight difference in the rear camera placement of the smartphones. The regular Samsung Galaxy Note 10 had a single circular cutout for the LED flash and on the other hand, for Galaxy Note 10 Pro, the cutout seems to be a longer and pill-shaped. This could mean that the Pro variant of the Galaxy Note 10 might come with other sensors such as the heart-rate sensor or the laser sensor.
Both the case layout and cutout also suggest that the Bixby button is missing from the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphones. However, there is another little bump in the case at the bottom left side that could be a dedicated camera button. It may also be a repositioned Bixby button.
Furthermore, we can see that there are two cutouts at the top that are claimed to be for the IR blaster and the microphone. This time, it looks like Samsung is finally removing the headphone jack from its smartphone. On the bottom of the case, we see a cutout for the S Pen, a speaker grille and the USB Type-C port along with the microphone.