Leaked case renders of Samsung Note 10 affirm the new camera design

By Muneeb Ahmad on
June 11, 2019
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A new leak about the case render of Samsung Note 10 device confirms the design overhaul concerning the upcoming smartphone.

There is still some time before the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone is publicly announced and made available in the markets. However, we have already started to hear about the design details and other specification of the smartphone. Now, new case renders about the upcoming Note 10 have leaked adding further weight to the previous design rumors of the smartphone, more importantly, those related to the camera section on the smartphone.

 

The leaked renders show that the upcoming smartphone would have the rear lenses stacked vertically on the top left of the smartphone. Samsung previously had the tradition of putting the lenses on its Note devices in a horizontal array design placed at the top center on the back. The upcoming Note 10 design indicates a major overhaul as far as the previous design pattern is concerned.

As far as the front lens on the smartphone is concerned, the smartphone would have a punch-hole camera placed at the top center of the smartphone. The renders brought to the media courtesy of famous leaker Slashleaks also reaffirm the other design sections of the smartphone. The upcoming smartphone would have the power and volume button on the left side. The case also points towards the absence of 3.5mm jack for headphones.

Samsung is expected to launch the upcoming smartphones from its Note series early in August. As far as the other leaks of the smartphones are concerned, the standard Note 10 smartphone is expected to come with Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 chipset. The top-of-the-line Note 10 Pro smartphone is expected to feature a massive 4,500 mAh battery with 12GB RAM. The smartphones are also being hinted to ditch the Bixby button.

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