Galaxy Note 10 Sees Big Design Upgrades Confirmed In Fresh Leak
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 10 lineup in just two days from now, and right on cue, leaks for the devices have started to peak. We've seen several live images of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus leak over the past couple of days. Now, a live video of the device has leaked, once again corroborating earlier claims of a brand new display for the Note lineup. Take a look below for more details.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Live Video Leak Solidifies Presence Of A Razor Thin Chin For the Phablet
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 will change in several regards over its predecessor. The devices will feature a brand new super wide-angle rear camera sensor that will enable users to capture larger photographs than before. The addition of this sensor on the Note 10 will also bring up the lineup's rear camera sensor up to three, and these sensors will be stacked vertically. Additionally, the 6.8" Note 10 Plus is also expected to feature a Time of Flight sensor at its back, which will aid the device in mapping depth for several purposes.
However, we're not certain whether Samsung will also place a ToF sensor on the front of the Note 10 lineup. While several reliable sources have made this claim, live image and render leaks for the upcoming phablets only show a single cutout at the front, which we presume is for their front camera sensor.
Today we've got an alleged live video leak of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 that originally surfaced on the Chinese Baidu. The video has since been taken down, but not before the good folks over at /leaks were able to upload. it on Youtube. Looking at the device in this video, the single front camera cutout on the Note 10 is once again starkly visible. Additionally, the short clip also shows a remarkably thin chin on the phablet; a feature that we pointed out in an earlier live image leak of Samsung's premium phablet.
As we head into the Note 10 lineup's launch, fingers remain crossed for their performance specifications. Some sources believe that the American variants of the gadgets will run on Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 Plus. Additionally, it's also speculated that the devices' international variants will be powered by the EUV fabricated 7nm Exynos 9825. Whether these reports bear fruit, only time will tell. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated on the latest.