Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro leaks [photos and video]

Lately, rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have been all over the place. Two weeks ago, we learned that the Note 10 will come with a vertical camera array on the back. Soon after, it emerged that the device will jump to the newer UFS 3.0 storage and a compact RAM to create room for a bigger battery.

A week ago, reports emerged adding more weight to previous rumors that the Galaxy Note 10 will lose the 3.5mm audio jack and not long after, we learned that Samsung could include support for 45W fast charging tech in the Note 10.

Yesterday, 91mobiles (in collaboration with OnLeaks) published CAD-based renders of what they believe is the compact Samsung Galaxy Note 10, all but confirming most of the design rumors that have been doing rounds, among them the vertical camera setup on the back, a missing headphone jack and a smaller hole punch in the screen to house the selfie camera.

Today, we have images (courtesy of Pricebaba and OnLeaks) of what is believed to be the Galaxy Note 10 Pro and from the look of things, the two Note 10 variants could share the same design language including one major feature.

Apparently, the Note 10 Pro will stick to the same single-lens camera on the front like its smaller counterpart. Given the top-tier Galaxy S10+ got a dual-lens selfie camera, one would expect the top-tier Note 10 Pro to get a similar treat, but it seems Samsung has other ideas, at least if these renders are to be believed.

The rest of the front panel looks identical to the standard Note 10, with subtle curves around the edges easily noticeable. While the main camera is still vertical, it gets a ToF sensor as well. The USB-C port is there and so is the S Pen housing, but there is no audio jack.

Like the smaller Note 10, the Note 10 Pro also drops the Bixby button and moves the power and volume buttons to one side, leaving the right side clean.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10 CAD renders

According to the renders, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will measure 162.3mm tall and rock a 6.75-inch screen as compared to the 6.3-inch panel expected on the standard Note 10.


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