First images of Galaxy Note 10 confirms two variants and punch-hole camera

Samsung is just a month away from launching the Galaxy Note 10 but we do know everything about the phone, thanks to the leaks. However, till now we just saw leaks and renders based on leaks but never got a peek at the actual device.

This changes today as TechTalkTV got their hands on the pictures of Galaxy Note 10. The images shared by TechTalkTV confirms that Samsung will be launching two variants of Galaxy Note 10. Samsung is also sticking to its usual nomenclature and will name the bigger variant as Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The images also show a centre aligned front punch hole camera and a vertical triple camera setup on the back. The back image, unfortunately, is not clear but it does show a TOF sensor with LED flash. While we are on the subject, the back of Galaxy Note 10 is also missing the fingerprint sensor which means Samsung has moved it to the front of the device. Unfortunately, Galaxy Note 10 still has a noticeable chin on the bottom which looks similar to Galaxy S10.

Unfortunately, the images don’t show the top or bottom of the device so we can’t confirm the absence of the headphone jack. However, XDA editor Max Weinbach recently confirmed that Galaxy Note 10 will not have a headphone jack. Moreover, we didn’t get a look at the separate Note 10 and Note 10 Plus images so we can’t be certain about the missing microSD card slot and the lack of dual camera setup on the front.

That said, the Galaxy Note 10 does look great and Samsung is following their own design guidelines which separate Galaxy Note and S series from the rest. Samsung is rumoured to launch Galaxy Note 10 in Brooklyn on 7th August. We expect the device to go on pre-orders in the following week with shipping starting in late August. We do know that the device will come with both the Snapdragon and Exynos processor. Apart from that, we expect to see a 512 GB variant with 6 GB of RAM.

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