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Well, well, well. It seems all that chatter about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 boasting a centre-mounted selfie cutout could be true after all.
In a new picture posted to Twitter by device feature leaker Slashleaks, a device that seems to the the Note 10 is handled in the flesh. It’s the first “live” image we’ve seen of the phone thus far, and gives us some interesting insight into Samsung’s future design ambitions.
— /LEAKS (@Slashleaks) June 28, 2019
For one, the Note 10 has pencil lines for bezels, quite impressive considering the Note 9’s rather stocky brim. The selfie camera cutout also seems to the a little smaller than the S10’s which is located in the top-right corner. If you up the brightnes too, it does seem to feature physical buttons on the left-hand side (at least what seems to be a volume rocker and power button).
What the snap doesn’t confirm is the rear camera array, or whether the phone has a headphone jack.
That said, there’s plenty of time left for leakers to ruin the launch of the Galaxy Note 10, which is likely to make its bow in August.
Feature image: The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, by Andy Walker/Memeburn