Samsung will be launching its flagship Galaxy Note 10 on August 7, 2019. There will be two versions, one is Note 10 and another is Note 10 plus. And there is a strong possibility of a 5G variant too. We are seeing many renders and leaks from June. Now thanks to the FCC certification image, we can get a clear look at these devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ have passed through US FCC certification with model number SM-N975F and SM-N976B respectively. From the image, we can clearly see the triple rear camera placed vertically at the top left side of the phone. Images shared by tipster Ishan Agarwal also reveals the slick gradient finishes that the Galaxy Note 10/10+ will come in.
From images, we can also see that the Galaxy Note 10 has a small punch hole camera at the front. Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus has a really thin bezel. The device also has a curved glass on the front. There is also an earpiece seen above the front camera.
Samsung is dropping the 3.5mm audio jack from the Galaxy Note 10+, also the dedicated Bixby button. The power and volume buttons are seen to sit on the left edge. The device is expected to have an ultrasonic in-display finger sensor. In terms of connectivity, the Galaxy Note 10+ supports dual-band Wi-Fi, including support for Wi-Fi 6 aka 802.11ax alongside the previous 802.11a/g/b/n/ac standards. It comes with Bluetooth v5.
There is also expected to be a Galaxy Note 10 5G variant at launch, and it is rumoured to offer up to 1TB of storage, and pack up to 12GB of RAM. It might sport a more premium ceramic finish on the back as well.