The next excitement around the South Korean giant Samsung is the launch of the Note 10 series, especially with many speculating a new render of what is likely to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The rumours are that there may be four models released this year including the Note 10 Pro.
Some of the highlights of the phone as seen from the render are that the headphone jack seems to be missing, something that was awaited from quite some time. Some of the other hardware buttons are also missing as is the dedicated Bixby button.
More details available from these rumours are the likely dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro; 162.3mmx77.4mmx7.9mm. This means the display size of the new Note series phone could be 6.75 inches, higher than the Samsung Galaxy S10. The display is expected to be of the Quad type with HD+ resolution.
The other important design factor noticeable from the renders is on the camera section. If these renders can be relied upon, then the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro may have a 4-camera setup in the rear. The renders show a module containing 3 sensors and a fourth one which could be the Time of Flight or ToF camera next to it. If it is assumed that the specs found on the S10 phones are anything to go by, you can presume that the three sensors will comprise of a primary sensor, a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. One has to keep adding here that these are still in the shape of rumours and nothing definite has come out from Samsung yet.
Apart from these, the renders indicate the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series phones will have the power button as well as the volume rocker on the sides. There is the USB-C type port for charging. The S-Pen slot can be noticed as well. The SIM tray is on top.
Under the hood, the current indications are that the Samsung Galaxy Not 10 will sport the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and supported by 12GB RAM. Some markets may find the Exynos 9820.