Galaxy Note 10+ spotted on a subway: Video Leak

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You might have seen a number of case-maker renders, and even official images of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, but the real-life photos or even better, videos, have been few and far between.

Well, the new development likely happened due to the requirement for testing connectivity in the underground tunnels where half of the city passes during morning or evening to go to work — the subway. Thanks to it, we now have what is dubbed to be a video of the Note 10+ used in the wild.

The video is published by an influencer’s account named “Sunny Lin water bottle,” who appears to be a fan of the local celebrity. The video is showing someone running a video on the Note 10+ and messing around with the player’s controls.

The side signage depicts the email address of a Samsung employee, and the phone is obviously a late engineering prototype with a flat-screen in a testing “mule” disguise, but the unique mid-hole positioning of the front camera can’t be mistaken, as well as the One UI interface below it.

Among other previous leaks, the triple camera setup has been promised from the beginning. The phone will feature three cameras on the back i.e. 12MP primary sensor, 12MP telephoto, and a 16MP wide-angle lens. The phone is also likely to have a 4300mAh battery with 25W fast charging.

The Galaxy Note 10+ is likely to have a 6.8-inch display with 1440p resolution. It will carry the same chipset and base storage size but the RAM could be extended to 12GB. The phone will likely have a four rear cameras, including the arrangement on the Note 10 but with an additional time-of-flight sensor

The larger variant is rumored to have similar 4300mAh battery but with 45W fast charging support. This makes the phone much heavier, at 198 grams, however, it is still lighter than the last year’s Note 9.

Must take all of the rumors and leaks with a pinch of salt because Samsung has not confirmed any of them. The Galaxy Note 10 variants will be unveiled on Wednesday – August 7 – and should become available for purchase weeks later.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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