Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Here's our best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy Note10

Here's our best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy Note10

At the rear, located on the upper left side, there would be a triple rear camera, with a separate LED flash. After all, pricing the entry-level Note 10e higher than last year's fully-fledged flagship would be a very unusual move.it'd also mean the Note 10 Pro would need to carry a price tag that could make even the Galaxy S10 5G wince. This is not the first time Samsung has done this as we have seen the same thing for Galaxy Note 9 and S9.

What are your thoughts on Samsung getting rid of the headphone jack in its upcoming flagship? The screen is hinted to be 6.3-inches big, somewhat smaller than the previous Note9, with a 1,440 x 3,040 pixel resolution. The Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be equipped with a 6.75-inch display and a quad-camera setup on the back. Unlike the Galaxy S10+, the cutout is wide for a single camera module. He also hinted that the Note10 Pro will be larger, so it will nearly certainly sport a larger display, as we mentioned.

Other details that are easily predictable include the use of Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 (varying with the region) SoC on the Note 10. Instead, they are stacked up vertically and positioned at the left side of the phone.

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There won't be a Bixby button as well, which is a welcome move.

In terms of physical dimensions, the report suggests a 162.6 x 77.4 x 7.9mm footprint. The phone is slated to debut with the Snapdragon 855 in the US and China, and the Exynos 9820 in global markets. Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on the Galaxy Note10, and Samsung's One UI skin will be included on top of it.

We also see a new arrangement for the camera modules at the back, with Samsung option to go with a more traditional vertical housing.

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