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Samsung’s New Galaxy Note 10 Design Rendered In Stunning Detail

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is dividing opinion. Is the display too big? Is the battery too small? Is 5G worth it compared to losing a beloved feature? And now all these arguments just got supercharged. 

Galaxy Note 10 render based on leaked schematics ONLEAKS / 91MOBILES

In a major exclusive Steve Hemmerstoffer, aka OnLeaks (aka the industry’s most reliable insider) has teamed up with 91mobiles to deliver the first complete look at the Galaxy Note 10. And, in typical OnLeaks-style, the images are rendered in stunning detail. They also cement both the good and bad decisions Samsung has made.

The good news is Samsung is updating the Galaxy Note 10 to the popular punch-hole display of the Galaxy S10 but differentiating the range by centring the punch-hole at the top of the screen. But the bad news is Samsung won’t be using its next-gen camera tech and the renders show the company has bowed to industry pressure and removed the headphone jack. A beloved differentiator.

Interestingly, OnLeaks reports the Note 10’s display as 6.3-inches and the phone’s dimensions as 151 x 72 x 7.9mm (8.3mm including the camera bump) – smaller than the Note 9. Popular Samsung tipster Ice Universe has endorsed this but clarified that we are looking at the standard Galaxy Note 10, with a larger 6.75-inch ‘Galaxy Note 10 Pro’ also arriving. The Pro will add an additional Time of Flight sensor to the back in a more controversial design.

Unsure about what you’re seeing on the outside? Thankfully, some of the Galaxy Note 10’s biggest reasons to upgrade are on the inside. These include a big performance boost, courtesy of next-gen RAM and next-gen storage, and game-changing fast charging which really could turn heads.

Still unsure? Apple’s bizarre iPhone 11 design changes and feature removals are unlikely to give you an obvious alternative. So my tip: keep a very close eye on Google’s stunning new Pixel 4.


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