“Samsung Galaxy Note10+ is expected to feature centre position punch hole, quad rear cameras and an in-display fingerprint sensor”
Samsung Galaxy Note10 series is tipped to go official on August 7th and is also rumoured to come in two variants this time around. The flagships are speculated to come with a punch-hole selfie design positioned at the centre. Though it is widely believed the top-end model would be called the Galaxy Note10 Pro, leaked hands-on images of the flagship, courtesy of Twitter user TechTalkTV, suggest it would be marketed as the Galaxy Note10+ instead, much like how Samsung does with the S series. The design, however, falls in line with the leaked renders. It shows a smaller-sized and centre positioned punch hole and vertically arranged quad rear camera setup.
Samsung seems to have further reduced the bezels on all corners, except for a relatively thicker bezel below the screen. Though the live image of the rear side is completely blurred out, the quad camera setup is clearly visible, so that confirms the rumours of Samsung using four rear cameras on the Note series for the first time. Unfortunately, not much else is revealed at the moment and while we can’t comment on the legitimacy of the leaked images, they do look to be the real.
Previous rumours suggest that the flagship would offer three variable aperture options – f/1.5, f/1.8, and f/2.4. It is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC and 8nm Exynos 9820 processor, depending on the region. The standard Galaxy Note10 will have triple rear cameras and the additional sensor on the Galaxy Note10+ could be a ToF sensor for depth. The 10th anniversary Note flagship will not feature a 3.5mm audio jack and a Bixby button, thankfully.