“Samsung Galaxy Note10 is expected to come with triple rear cameras, while the Note10 Pro gets an additional sensor, presumably a ToF sensor”
Samsung Galaxy Note10 has been in the spotlight for a while now, revealing newer details constantly. Samsung is tipped to be introducing two, if not three, Galaxy Note10 variants on August 7th at its Unpacked event. The flagship is also reported to offer three variable aperture options – f/1.5, f/1.8, and f/2.4. Now, a new batch of Galaxy Note10 and alleged Note10 Pro cases from popular accessory maker Olixar surfaced online, and these are also listed on UK retailer MobileFun’s online store. While the former reveals triple cameras arranged vertically, the latter seems to have an additional sensor, presumably a ToF sensor.
Furthermore, these cases show slim bezels on all corners, which is expected. Olixar also has a screen protector for the regular Samsung Galaxy Note10, which shows offs the punch-hole that is positioned at the centre and is less obtrusive. Quite obviously, the fingerprint sensor will be present in-display like the Galaxy S10 series. It’s possible that the Galaxy Note10 series might come in new gradient colours. Moreover, the volume rockers and power on/off buttons are present on the left, and there is no sight of Bixby key, as seen from the earlier case renders.
Separately, leaker Sudhanshu Ambhore on Twitter also posted clear cases of the standard Samsung Galaxy Note10 showing a design similar to what we saw in the Olixar renders. These cases reveal the USB Type-C port and a single speaker grill as well as S Pen slot at the bottom. Notably, there’s no 3.5mm audio jack present, reiterating earlier rumours. The Samsung Galaxy Note10 should most definitely be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC and 8nm Exynos 9820 processor in countries such as India. We should know more details soon.