After the launch of Samsung Galaxy S10, users and the smartphone industry is waiting for the Galaxy Note 10. Like previous years, the South Korean teach giant will release its Galaxy Note device in the second half of the year. It is known that the Samsung Galaxy Note devices pack all the features of the Samsung Galaxy S-series and also has some additional ones. One feature which is unique and reserved only for the Samsung Galaxy Note devices is the S pen which makes it stand apart others. It is estimated that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launching in August this year and leaks show that this time, there will be as much as four variants of the device. A new render has surfaced online which reveals what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will look like.
Despite earlier beliefs, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will not hold similar design aspects as the Samsung Galaxy S10. A recent render showed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with an Infinity-O hole-punch display rather than the hold-punch display that we saw in the Galaxy S10. There will also be a multi-camera (most probably Quad-camera setup) setup at the back.
But both the rear camera and the front camera placement in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be different than the Samsung Galaxy S10. The front camera will be placed at the centre while the back cameras will be placed vertically instead of horizontally like the Galaxy S10. The renders were created by PhoneArena and they show how the cameras will be placed and what the device will look like.
Another leak states that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come in four variants – two differently sized 4G devices and two 5G connectivity options. The renders reveal that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a built-in stylus. Earlier, we also saw that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will pack a battery similar to the Galaxy S10 series.
Similar to how the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was different in design than the Samsung Galaxy S9, the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 will also come with design different than the Galaxy S10 series. The difference in design will make it stand apart than the already popular Samsung Galaxy S10 and will give it a chance to make a name for itself.