In the past, Samsung’s Galaxy Note series was usually released in one variant with different storage size configurations. This year, it is expected to be different because according to the rumors, the Note 10 is expected to be offered in more than one variation and in different screen sizes.
One of the rumored models is the Note 10+, which thanks to a collaboration between MySmartPrice and tipster Ishan Agarwal, new renders of the handset have made their way online, giving us a look at the upcoming handset.
According to these renders, it seems that the Note 10+ will differ slightly from the Galaxy S10+ in the sense that it will only pack one front-facing camera, versus the dual front-facing cameras on the Galaxy S10+. It will, however, be bigger than “regular” Note 10 which is rumored to sport a 6.3-inch display. Instead, it is expected to be packing a much larger 6.75-inch display that comes pretty close to tablet territory.
The renders also show a triple camera setup on the back, and sitting in between the flash unit, it seems that it could be a ToF sensor which will probably be used for augmented reality purposes. Other than that, the design of the phone looks stunning where it features sharp edges and an edge-to-edge display. Whether or not the actual phone will look like this remains to be seen.
Samsung has confirmed that the Note 10 will be officially announced next month on the 7th of August, so check back with us then for more updates.