Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Image Renders Appear Online; Sports Bigger Display And No 3.5mm Headphone Jack

Concept images and a video render what could be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro have begun appearing online. The leaked images and video come by way of leakster sites @OnLeaks and @PriceBaba, a week after the former had leaked render of the non-pro Galaxy Note 10 online.


Like its non-pro counterpart, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will supposedly feature an all-new design. Firstly, the device seems slated to feature a larger 6.75-inch edge-to-edge display, complete with the same punch hole notch placement as the Galaxy Note 10. For context, that’s larger than the display of the OnePlus 7 Pro, and that measures in at 6.5-inches.

The video render posted by @OnLeaks also suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have the power button on the left side with the volume rocker. Instead of the right side, like all phones traditionally do. The site also points out that due to the power button’s new placement, Samsung could actually forego the Bixby button, which has been a staple since its inception with the Galaxy S8 series.

Glancing through the renders, the device is visibly missing a 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as a physical fingerprint scanner. Regarding the latter, it’s possible that Samsung could actually implement the fingerprint scanner as an in-display feature, given its upward trend among other smartphone makers.

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The renders also shows the Galaxy Note 10 Pro with a triple-camera setup at the back, although it is uncertain if the alignment will actually be placed on the side. Especially given Samsung’s tradition of having the main camera of its phones situated in the middle. Lastly, the renders also show an S-Pen, although it’s still undetermined whether or not it will be an upgrade over the Note 9’s S-Pen.

Beyond that, there’s not additional information about the phone, not even the official specification. As these renders are merely just artistic impressions of what the phone could be, we do advise to take them with a grain of salt. At least, until Samsung’s annual Unpacked event that should be happening in a couple of months.

(Source: @OnLeaks via PriceBaba)








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