Glorious Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept renders reveal every aspect of the upcoming baby phablet
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91Mobiles and OnLeaks have teamed up again to deliver a set of detailed Samsung Galaxy Note 10 renders. The concept images have been approved by the relentless Ice universe too, adding credibility to their design. The renowned tipster has previously remarked that the Note 10 would feature a symmetrical design with a sole centralised front-facing camera and vertically aligned rear-facing sensors.
Notably, these renders align with previous Note 10 renders published by PhoneArena. However, OnLeaks has seemingly received information to suggest that the device will have one bottom firing speaker, rather than the dual set that PhoneArena used in its concept renders. Moreover, the new renders have the power and volume buttons aligned on the left-hand side of the frame, compared to on opposing sides as with the PhoneArena renders.
Ice universe points out that these renders represent the small Note 10, also referred to as the Note 10e. The device will feature three rear-facing cameras, with Samsung reserving a time of flight (ToF) sensor for the Note 10 Pro. According to OnLeaks, the diminutive phablet will measure 151 x 72 x 7.9 mm into which Samsung will cram a 6.3-inch Infinity O display. 91Mobiles also expects the South Korean manufacturer to opt for a 1440p panel. Sadly, these renders continue to suggest that Samsung will do away with the headphone jack, although OnLeaks still expects the company to include an S-Pen and perhaps even an IR blaster. The baby Note 10 may look sleek, but its lack of headphone jack and curved display will likely prove unpopular with many people.
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