“The Galaxy Note10 is expected to have a triple rear camera setup, while the Note10 Pro is said to have four rear snappers”
Samsung is expected to introduce its next-gen Galaxy Note series phone at an event on August 10th. For the first time, the brand is rumoured to launch two Note series phones at the same time, which are said to be called the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro. Ahead of the unveiling, a handful of CAD-based 5K renders, as well as 360-degree videos of the upcoming Galaxy Notes, were recently leaked. Now, a few images of the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro’s cases have also been leaked on the interwebs.
The leaked images of the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro’s cases have confirmed many of the leaked specifications. Talking about the Galaxy Note10 first, its photos show off a vertical triple camera setup at the rear, aided by an LED flash unit. The phone seems to have a power button and a volume rocker on the left side. The images suggest that the new Galaxy Note won’t have a Bixby button. There will also be another button towards the end that could be a dedicated camera shutter.
As for the Galaxy Note10 Pro, its case images indicate that it will have extra image sensors at the rear. The phone will feature a bigger pill-shaped secondary cutout at the rear to house the 3D ToF sensor, a laser autofocus sensor, and an LED flash unit. The photos don’t have a cutout for a 3.5mm headphone socket, suggesting the brand will ditch the feature on the upcoming Galaxy Notes. The leaked images also show off the cutouts for the S Pen dock, a speaker grille, a USB Type-C port, and the microphone.
Unfortunately, no other details about the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 Pro have been leaked by the tipster at the moment. As the launch is still not expected for around two months, we expect the rumour mill to reveal more details about these phones in the near future.