PhoneArena created the 3D concept design of the device and published it online based on the rumors and leaks coming out of the Galaxy Note10.
Samsung launched the company’s new flagship, the Galaxy S10, with a launch event held approximately three weeks ago. With the introduction of the Galaxy S10, the attention on the Samsung side has been translated into the Galaxy Note10. We don’t have much information about the Galaxy Note10, but PhoneArena shared a conceptual design based on rumors about what the Galaxy Note10 would have.
According to PhoneArena’s concept design, the Galaxy Note10 will have a quad-rear camera setup. Estimates are that these rear cameras will have the same equipment as the Galaxy S10 5G (12MP + 12MP + 16MP + ToF). However, it is more likely that Samsung will update its camera software and give users better photo performance. However, according to the Galaxy S10, a revolutionary innovation is not expected.
When we look at the design point, we see that the device has an Infinity-O screen and a dual front camera as in the Galaxy S10 +. Even though the side frames look a bit thicker than the Galaxy S10 series, it is not difficult to predict that the device will offer a display body rate of almost 90% as of design. However, the Galaxy Note10 will have a more “angular” design than the Galaxy S10.
Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy Note10 in August. Therefore, there is a period of more than 5 months to get information about the device. According to current information, the Galaxy Note10 will be a more angular and S-Pen supported version of the Galaxy S10 5G. However, Samsung will enable the Galaxy Note10 to be separated from the Galaxy S10 5G thanks to its advanced features focused on S-Pen and DeX.