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New renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have surfaced online courtesy of leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer and Pricebaba.
The metal and glass slab will see two variants, a standard Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro. The latter, according to the report, will measure 162mm tall, 77mm across and 7.9mm deep. The screen will stretch to 6.75-inches. Notably, the Note 10 Pro will feature a single selfie cutout camera in the screen, unlike the S10 Plus.
Unfortunately, it seems that there will be a camera hump. Pricebaba believes it’ll be a 0.6mm lip in the top left of the device’s rear, where a now vertical camera array resides. This corroborates previous reports.
Said camera array with house three sensors and a time-of-flight sensor too. It’ll be a similar setup to the Galaxy S10 5G, Pricebaba adds.
Intestingly, the renders also seemingly depict buttons on the left hand side of the Note 10. It’s not clear if Samsung is keeping physical buttons on the lower-spec device, or if the capacitive-button rumour was just a load of hot air.
Still, you’ll also notice — more dissapointly — is the lack of a headphone jack.
Of course, take these specs and renders with a pinch of salt. Samsung has yet to confirm the device, which is only set to debut in August.
For the full report, head on over to Pricebaba. But have a gander at the full 360 degree render below.
Feature image: The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, by Andy Walker/Memeburn