This leak confirms the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
July 1, 2019

Will you be getting one?

In just a few weeks, Samsung is scheduled to officially announce the Galaxy Note 10+ so naturally expect a bunch of leaks and rumors surrounding the next-generation phablet. A leak circulating online somehow confirms what the device looks like – and it doesn’t disappoint (for us, at least).

The leaked image does confirm the Note 10+ naming convention, which in turn could point to a larger display for the upcoming phablet. Fans of big smartphones won’t be disappointed, though the placement of the camera hole in the middle would give some users seconds thoughts. That being said, the Galaxy S10’s front camera cutouts did become popular thanks to creative wallpapers that cleverly hide the camera holes, which should be the same case with the Note 10+.

At the back, it also looks like the Note 10+ adapts the vertical camera layout similar to what other smartphones have done, which now places it on the left side of the device instead of the middle. The rear fingerprint sensor is also gone, which might confirm that the Note 10+ will utilize an on-screen fingerprint sensor like the S10 series.

Samsung is expected to release the Note 10+ sometime next month, just before Apple also announces its next iPhone. Will you be getting the Note 10+ once it is out? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Passionate for all things tech - you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of Blu-ray discs and occasionally plays on his Xbox.
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