As the August 7 launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is coming closer, more and more number of reports about the device are surfacing online. The latest one that has poured in is a fresh set of press renders of the Black and Silver Prism colour variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
The renders, which have been published by MySmartPrice in collaboration with Ishan Agarwal, show that the Galaxy Note 10+ will come with an S Pen that has a single colour, unlike the stylus of the predecessor of the handset. While the Silver Prism colour variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will come with a dark blue coloured S Pen, the Black colour model of the handset will have a black coloured stylus.
The upcoming smartphone can be seen to feature a Super AMOLED display that has ultra-thin bezels and a punch-hole design on its screen to house the selfie camera. While Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones also came with in-display cameras, their sensors were placed on the side of the screen, while Galaxy Note 10’s will be housed in the centre of the top of the display. On its back panel, the upcoming smartphone does not come with a fingerprint scanner, and this points towards the possibility of the device coming with an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.
The back panel of the smartphone in the renders can be seen to come with a quad camera setup and one among the sensors on the device will be a 3D ToF lens. Besides this, the gradient back panel of the handset comes with Samsung’s logo and an LED flash. In the renders, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ does not have a dedicated button for Bixby. A number of reports about the smartphone suggest that it will not come with a 3.5mm headphone jack. In the latest set of renders, this has not been made clear.
According to prior reports, Samsung Galaxy Note 110+ will sport a 6.75-inch Super AMOLED QHD+ display that will have support for HDR+ playback. The smartphone will reportedly come with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner and its selfie camera will have a 10MP and feature a dual-pixel PDAF. The triple rear camera setup of the device will consist of a 48MP primary sensor. The other two sensors will reportedly have a 2x telephoto lens and an ultra-wide angle lens.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9825 processor and run Android 9.0 Pie. Reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 10+ will house a 4,500mAh battery that will have support for 25W rapid charging.