Unofficial images of the Galaxy Note 10 5G have surfaced and we can finally see what the device looks like.
With every new leak and rumour, VFX designers are updating their renders of the Galaxy Note 10. This time around, we get the first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G, and these images give us a definite image of what the handset will look like once launched.
The new images have been created by LetsGoDigital and with it, we see the Galaxy Note 10 5G from all angles. Carrying elements of the vanilla version of the Galaxy Note 10, this version also features a centrally-located punch-hole display. There is also no earpiece; this is due to Samsung using the Sound on Display technology for the first time on its Note flagship. This helps with delivering audio while making and receiving calls.
From these images, we can see a gap where the Bixby button was located but the renders do show the volume and power button. These buttons were said to be removed to make way for pressure-sensitive buttons; however, the plan was scrapped by Samsung.
To the rear, we see a two-part camera array that should make way for a 16MP primary sensor, with a triple-stage aperture for improved photography. There will also be an ultra-wide and telephoto lenses and a Time of Flight sensor.
The Galaxy Note 10 5G also comes with a pinhole at the bottom which could be for the SIM tray, and possibly a microSD card slot. The smaller of the two handsets are said to lose out on the microSD card slot.
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