Renders have been available recently for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Pro version. These give the most insight towards the camera placement.
A camera at the front of the screen can be seen at the display’s center for both phones with the cameras on the back being placed vertically in the upper left.
A different approach than the horizontal camera on the back of the Galaxy Note 9. The change in placement has been confirmed by a Slashleak render.
A 6.3 inch AMOLED display, featuring a Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform is expected from the Galaxy Note 10 within the United States and an Exynos 9820 SoC in other parts of the world.
We also anticipate a 12MP variable aperture triple camera as the primary, a 123 degree field of view 12 MP ultra wide, and a 16MP telephoto camera featuring 2x optical zoom.
What you can find is in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. What you can not is a 3.5 mm headphone jack or the Bixby button.
The device will be powered by a 3400 mAh battery and buyers will get Android 9 Pie included with Sammy’s One UI interface.
Price? Best guess it will be a whopping 1100 – 1200 dollars in the US.
More Samsung Galaxy Note tidbits. And what about the S Pen?
A bigger 6.7 inch curved AMOLED display will grace the Galaxy Note 10 Pro and the rear cameras will receive a ToF ( Time of Flight) sensor. This will go on the right of the camera sensors, beneath the LED flash.
As for power, the Pro will sport a 4500 mAh battery with a 25W fast charger.
The official reveal for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be in August, with the days around the 10th being highlighted in particular.
Last years S Pen was heavily featured as opposed to the one for this year’s Galaxy Note 10.
The stylus saw Bluetooth Le added to its arsenal in the previous version, so it could act as a shutter for the Note 9; also helping with presentation slides and with manipulating streamed media.
A patent form for the S Pen that featured a built in camera was shown in the first part of 2019 but whether it will be seen or not, we identified a few issues with it.
Conventional buttons on the Galaxy Note 10 were meant to be scrapped in favor of virtual ones. This is not the case anymore, as evidenced by @UniverseIce.
They have said that virtual implementation does not suit Samsung’s directive of “stability and maturity” at the present time.
However, the virtual buttons could be seen as early as the Galaxy Note 11 launch.
4G and 5G versions will be seen on the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro, marking the second 5G implementation for Samsung, the first being the Galaxy S10 5G.
Verizon has the 5G versions available at the moment with rumor that T-Mobile will take preorders for the variants soon.
The S Pen might come in as a difference maker between the two top models in 2019, with the 6.7 inch screen on the Galaxy S10 5G.
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