Samsung is just weeks away from launching the Galaxy Note 10, and while they have not taken as bold a move as Google by revealing the design early, nearly everything about the handset has leaked already.
Now further confirmation of those leaks has arrived in the form of a screen protector for the handset, posted by Samsung insider Ice Universe.
The protector confirms the near bezel-less design, and also crucially that the bottom lip will be the same width as the top. Notable the protector has no hole for the front-facing camera, but Ice Universe explains this is due to it being an early sample.
This is a protective film sample. Because of the lack of dimensional data of the hole, there is no hole in the film, which is the same as in the initial stage of S10.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 13, 2019
Previous leaks have confirmed the vertical camera on the back and the absence of the headphone jack. However, there is some good news as well. According to the renders, Samsung might be planning to bring back IR Blaster. The company had IR Blaster on old Samsung Galaxy S and Note series but removed it later.
Samsung is yet to announce the launch dates of Galaxy Note 10 but we are sure the company plans to launch the device in July with shipping starting in August.