Galaxy Note 10 Renders Leak Exposing Huge Redesign


Brand new renders have surfaced online, seeming to show the new and improved Galaxy Note 10. The renders were published by 91Mobiles in collaboration with OnLeaks and give us a glimpse at what might be expected in the approaching release later this year. At first glance, there are some major design changes that we have to point out.

The beautifully made renders showcase a vertically place triple camera system, along with a centered front camera. Instead of the usual horizontal placed cameras, they have rotated vertically like the iPhone. Furthermore, the front-facing camera is a centered, a hole-punch design, rather than on the corner of the screen.

Compared to Note 9, these renders show a clean and almost bezel-less free device. The curved edges and near edge to edge Dynamic AMOLED display will not disappoint. When looking at a side view of the device, we’ve noticed no 3.5-mm headphone jack or Bixby Assistant button! Galaxy users will be relieved to finally see the obnoxious Bixby button gone, once and for all. On the other hand, it looks like you’ll need wireless headphones or a dongle for wired earbuds.

Spec-wise, there’s circulating rumors the Note 10 will sport 12 GB RAM. Additionally, the device will run on the powerful Snapdragon 855, here in the US. For certain, the Note 10 will include a USB-C port, capable of 45W fast charging out of the box. In terms of price, it’s reported the device will cost around $1,100, a reasonable price for what’s included. We’re not expecting a release of the Note 10 till August this year but let us know what you think of leaked renders.