Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro renders show quad cameras and no headphone jack or Bixby button
The excitement has started building up for the next major launch from Samsung – the Galaxy Note 10 series. While the Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to be officially unveiled in August, multiple rumors have already been pouring in. These include speculations about as many as four different models in the series and Samsung’s intent of finally banishing the headphone jack along with the hardware buttons on the phablet series. Yesterday, we came across our first look of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, courtesy of seasoned leaker @OnLeaks and today, he has revealed the Pro variant in the series through another set of digital renders.
Evidently, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will also come with a hole punch display and will lack a headphone jack as well as a dedicated button for Bixby. Similar to the purported Galaxy Note 10, the Note 10 Pro will feature a glass sandwich design with a thin metal frame. In terms of size, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro is believed to measure 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm. With these dimensions, the Pro device will have almost the same size and build as the Galaxy S10 5G. The display will be half an inch bigger, measuring 6.75-inches diagonally, and can be expected to sport a Quad HD+ resolution. It will also house the in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
A noticeable change on the back is the quad camera setup. There is a three-camera array on the top left of the back side of the smartphone along with a Time of Flight sensor on the right side. Given the configuration of the Galaxy S10 5G’s camera setup, we can expect the primary sensor to be accompanied by telephoto and wide-angle sensors. There is no concrete information to support if Samsung will use the telephoto module with 5X optical zoom, which it recently began mass-producing.
The volume rocker and the power button can be seen on the left edge of the smartphone. Additionally, the bottom edge will house the USB-C port, the primary microphone, S Pen slot, and the speaker grille. The top edge features the SIM tray and two holes of which one would be for an IR blaster.
The internal specifications of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro are not much of a mystery as we already know that it will be powered by Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 depending on the region along with up to 12GB of RAM. Meanwhile, the smartphone should have options going up to 512GB (or even more) of UFS 3.0 type storage. We can also expect support for 5G.
Besides the difference in size compared to the Galaxy Note 10, the Note 10 Pro has an addition ToF sensor. But the rest of the features appear to be similar.
We hope to learn more about these two (and other) devices in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series in the future.