This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
Samsung is billed to release the Galaxy Note 10 in August. Unlike previous generations, the Note 10 will come in two models: a regular one, and a Pro model. The regular Note 10 leaked a few days ago, and the Note 10 Pro has now leaked in full, giving us astonishing detail on one of the most beautiful smartphones the world has ever seen.
The Note 10 Pro will apparently feature a 6.75-inch display. We expect it to be a QHD+ Super AMOLED panel. The front of the display is stunning. Like with most Samsung flagships since 2016, the edges of the display are curved. More important, though, are the incredibly slim bezels the renders depict the device with.
Unlike the S10 with a punch hole at the top right of the device, the Note 10 Pro features a punch hole bang right in the middle. It definitely looks better than the S10's, we must say. Interestingly, the Note 10 Pro features just the one selfie camera. The S10+ sports two, so this is something of a surprise.
The bottom of the phone plays host to the S-Pen slot, microphone, Type-C port, and speaker grill. There is no headphone jack in sight. Not at the top, nor at the bottom. It's safe to say that Samsung has finally given up on the 3.5mm headphone jack. There's also no Bixby button in view, which is a shocking omission. At the top of the Note 10 Pro is what appears to be an IR blaster—a feature Samsung ditched years ago. There also looks to be another microphone and a sim tray.
At the back of the device is a quad camera setup. We expect to see a main sensor, ultra-wide angle, and telephoto shooters. The fourth will likely be a ToF sensor. There's no fingerprint reader on the device's back either. Expect an in-display sensor, as we saw with the S10 and S10+.
The Note 10 Pro is expected to have dimensions of 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm. For some perspective, the S10+ has dimensions of 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8mm, while the Note 9 clocks in at 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm. From these, we can determine that the Note 10 Pro will be slightly longer and wider than its predecessor while being almost an entire millimeter thinner. Bezels are smaller on the Note 10 Pro, though, so it will be a considerably bigger device in terms of real-life handling.
Compared to the regular Note 10, the Note 10 Pro is quite a bit bigger, as the 6.75-inch vs 6.3-inch displays on the two insinuate. The regular Note 10 also appears to be missing the ToF sensor, and may have slightly thicker bezels.
Other touted specifications include a 4500 mAh battery, 45 W fast charge, and UFS 3.0 storage.