Samsung has been successful with its latest flagship Galaxy S10 series. The company had introduced its new Infinity O displays with the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus smartphones. These new display technologies are a great alternative to the notch displays out there, and supposedly this Infinity O display will be taken forward with Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone as well. The Galaxy Note 10 renders are out on the web, which gives us the first look on what to expect on the forthcoming flagship from Samsung.
The renders of the Galaxy Note 10 are put up by 91Mobiles partnered with well known tipster @Onleaks, which appear to be CAD-based, and there’s a 360-degree video (which you can find in the source linked below) too, which gives us a first look on the next flagship from Samsung. Going by the renders, the Galaxy Note 10 features a full-screen curved edge Infinity-O display with a punch hole cut-out at the center, unlike the Galaxy S10 devices, which featured on the top right of the screen. The bezels on the Note 10 also appear to be minimum, and the report suggests that the device would feature 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel with HDR10+ support.
On the rear, again, unlike the Galaxy S10 devices, which featured cameras aligned horizontally, the Galaxy Note 10 will be readjusted to a vertical alignment instead. The renders showcased the triple camera module aligned vertically and shifted to the left as well of which the camera sensors’ specifications aren’t yet known.
Despite the renders looking promising, there’s some bad news as well – the Galaxy Note 10 ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack appears to be imminent along with the dedicated Bixby button as well. Earlier reports suggested that Galaxy Note 10 would feature a no button phone, but the renders suggest otherwise since it has the conventional power and volume buttons. Also, there’s an S-Pen slot at the bottom along with a type-C port and a speaker grille.
Apart from the renders, there’s no official information on other technical specifications; however, we can expect a Snapdragon 855 SoC and an Exynos 9820 SoC variant along with 5G variant as Samsung had already debuted the Galaxy S10 5G variant early this year. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.