Galaxy Note 10 Pro Renders
Just hours after OnLeaks showed us renders of the Galaxy Note 10 – or at least what they claim it will look like – a second leak hit the web. This time, the render is of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, and it was leaked in collaboration with Pricebaba. According to Tom’s Guide, OnLeaks is usually a very reliable source of information when it comes to Samsung devices. If this render proves to be what their new flagship phone’s pro version does look like, then it is going to be big!
Huge Display – Center Hole Punch Camera
According to OnLeaks, the phone will feature a display that measures 6.75 inches. This display means users will have no trouble seeing text and images easily. The display also features a center hole punch camera design, exactly as the earlier leaked render of the Galaxy Note 10 depicted. The camera setup is impressive, as it features not only the hole punch in the front, but also a 3 camera array in the rear. It will also have a 3d Time of Flight sensor in the camera unit, and most likely pack a 12-megapixel wide angle f/1.5-2.4, 16-MP ultra-wide angle f/2.2, a 12-MP telephoto f/2.4. This will be identical to the Galaxy Note 10 5G variant of Samsung’s flagship device. The Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be the mother of all Galaxy devices to date, with a 3040 x 1440 AMOLED display that delivers crisp images.
Like the Galaxy Note 10, it appears that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be missing some familiar features to Samsung lovers. The Bixby button appears to be deleted on this device, leaving us to wonder how Samsung will incorporate its voice assistant into the new models. The other familiar feature that is not shown is the 3.5mm headphone jack. It appears that this device will also incorporate only the USB-C connection, deleting the one time standard headphone connection.
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The phone appears to be made primarily of metal and ceramic construction, with the appearance of a chromed steel frame and white ceramic back. The display and cameras make the phone only 7.9mm thick, creating a thin sleek device that is pleasant to look at. The frame of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro appears to be quite thin, but strengthened in the areas surrounding the buttons. Though there are few external buttons, the phone is packed with features.
The Galaxy Note 10 Pro will feature the Snapdragon 855 processor in the US, and the Exynos 9820 in the rest of the world, giving it more than enough power to accomplish even the toughest tasks with lightning speed. It will not incorporate a dedicated fingerprint sensor on the back, but rather will have a unit built directly into the display. This unit will most likely be identical to the ultrasonic unit Samsung incorporated into the Galaxy S10.
Renders May Be “Exaggerated”
IceUniverse is another well known leaker in the world of Samsung. He claims that the renders shown by OnLeaks may be a bit “exaggerated.” His tweet said, “These renderings are a bit exaggerated, especially the chin, which is actually only a little smaller than the S10+.” Keep in mind that we are still some months away from seeing the device launched by Samsung. These renders may not actually be true to the final product. However, they do pose some interesting food for thought regarding what the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will look like.