Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept renders looks fantastic

Image credit - PhoneArena

With the Samsung Galaxy S10, the company has opted for a somewhat new design where they have stretched the display of the phones to the edge. They have also opted not to include a notch in favor of a hole-in display (which some may or may not love). Knowing Samsung, there is a good chance that this design language could be applied to the Galaxy Note 10, the company’s next flagship phone set for a launch later in the year.

We have no idea what the phone could look like yet, but the folks at PhoneArena have managed to create some concept renders of what the phone’s design could be, and we have to say that we are truly digging what we are seeing. The design that they have gone for basically reimagines the Galaxy S10 5G with an S Pen.

Image credit – PhoneArena

They have imagined the phone to be sporting a quad-camera setup on the back, similar to that of the Galaxy S10 5G, but we imagine that it might differ in terms of zoom, aperture, or megapixel count. The front of the phone also continues to use the hole-in display with dual front-facing cameras, and it is also expected to house an in-display fingerprint sensor, presumably the same Qualcomm ultrasonic fingerprint sensor found in the Galaxy S10 and S10+.

That being said, we have to wonder what else Samsung could do to differentiate the Galaxy Note 10 from the Galaxy S10 5G. One of the differentiating factors between the Galaxy S and Note series is the display, where the latter tends to offer up a larger screen. The Galaxy S10 5G already has a massive 6.7-inch display, and for Samsung to go bigger brings it dangerously close to tablet territory and we’re not sure if that is such a good idea.

However, from a design standpoint, we do like what we see and hopefully, the actual phone ends up looking like this, if not better.

Source: PhoneArena

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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