The top-down view gives us a view of the top side of the handset, which features several intriguing holes. One of them is for the microphone, but there has been an ongoing rumour that the device may once again feature an IR Blaster, useful for controlling TVs.
Blass did not, however, confirm this, but that would be about the only thing which we do not already know about the handset.
We had earlier heard the main camera in the Galaxy S10 offers f/1.5 + f/2.4, while Note 10 is said to offer an additional F1.8 step in between. That means that the camera won’t necessarily be able to handle darker or lighter scenes than the S10, but will have more options to handle situations well in-between, bringing it closer to an actual continuously variable aperture in a real DSLR.
In addition to an innovative camera, UFS 3.0 storage, 12MP primary, 12MP telephoto and a 16MP ultra wide-angle lens in the Pro model, fingerprint reader, and 4,170mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with the Exynos 9825 processor coupled with 12GB of RAM.
The larger of two Note 10 models will measure in at 162.5 millimetres across and 77.6 millimetres (the Note 9 was 161.9 x 76.4mm). The device is expected to feature super-thin bezels and Sound on Display technology. It will lack a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
You’ll get to see two different screen sizes; 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED for the Pro model, while the regular Galaxy Note10 will offer a 6.3-inch display.
The “cheaper” 6.3-inch version of the handset is expected to launch at 999 euros, with the base handset offering 256 GB of storage.
The larger Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will offer a 6.7 inch Dynamic AMOLED screen, additional Time of Flight 3D sensors and tip the price scales at 1149 euros. Versions with 512 Gb and 1 TB should also be available.
The Note 10 + will reportedly support 45w wired charging and 20w wireless charging.
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