Samsung is expected to introduce its Galaxy Note 10 series sometime in August-September this year. Now we get a clearer look at their upcoming productivity smartphone that comes with an S Pen. A high-resolution render of the Galaxy Note 10 has surfaced online and it is believed to be close to the real deal.
What you’re seeing here is a render by Ben Geskin based on the information he has so far on the Galaxy Note 10. The device comes with a single selfie camera that’s mounted on the top middle section of the display. Initially, he did a render with a double selfie camera setup like the Galaxy S10+ but it was dismissed by reliable leakster Ice Universe.
In the camera department, the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a very different camera layout. It also appears that Samsung will remove one of its standard health features that made its debut on the Galaxy S5.
According to PhoneArena, the Note 10 will get a vertically mounted triple camera array which looks like a Galaxy A series device. They have shared an illustration of the layout which consists of the main camera, an ultra-wide-angle shooter and a telephoto unit. Right next to it are additional sensors which include a ToF camera and a flood illuminator.
What’s obviously missing is a heart rate sensor and this was also omitted on the Galaxy S10 5G edition. PhoneArena believes Samsung had to remove the sensor in order to free up more space and possibly to keep its design cleaner.
For this year, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come in two different models. Apart from the flagship Note 10, there will be a cheaper model which is a similar approach as the Galaxy S10e.