Samsung Galaxy Note 10 New 5K Renders

In the tech world, everything is getting leaked at some point. Galaxy Note 10 is indifferent and has been seen in the new 5K Renders. These highly detailed 5K renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gives us the best look yet at how the upcoming flagship from Samsung would look like. One of the most popular leakster, OnLeaks has leaked these renders. He has been very reliable with the information distributed in the past.

The images reveal that the Galaxy Note 10 would look different than its predecessor. Unlike its predecessor – Galaxy Note 9 – this new device would come with a punch hole display. This punch hole display would be surrounded by bezels that are slimmer than the ones we’ve seen on the Note 9. The Note 10’s display would be 6.3-inches in size and would be having QHD+ resolution. Also, it might be having a similar In-display Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor like we have seen with the Galaxy S10.

Samsung has moved the triple camera setup in a vertical position, opposite to the horizontal position they had since a few years. Also, some of you might be happy to hear that Samsung might finally ditch the dedicated Bixby Button on the Galaxy Note 10. And the power button has now been moved to the left-hand side, right below the volume rockers.

Galaxy Note 10 has a SIM card slot and probably an IR Blaster on the top. The bottom of the device has the USB-C Port along with primary microphone, speaker and a S-Pen Slot. By these renders, the rumours of Samsung ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack on the Galaxy Note 10 can also be confirmed.

Recently, we have also seen Galaxy Note 10 passing through the Geekbench revealing the Exynos 9825 SoC paired with 8GB RAM. There was also a Snapdragon 855 powered variant having 12GB RAM.

The Galaxy Note 10 is likely to be unveiled in August. If there are more leaks until that time, you’ll definitely see me posting them here.

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Shivang Joshi, or probably better known as theimagefreak is a content creator. He loves Product Photography and sharing his views about the latest tech products through Blogs. He also tests products for brands and provide feeback for improvements before they hit the market.

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