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TechnologyLeak: First unofficial Note 10 renders show off Samsung’s refreshed aesthetic

02:05  08 june  2019
02:05  08 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

This is the brand new OnePlus 7 Pro, and it looks fantastic

This is the brand new OnePlus 7 Pro, and it looks fantastic We saw the OnePlus 7 Pro design leak a bunch of times in the past few months, and we already know the upcoming OnePlus flagship will be a lot different from what we’ve seen in the past from the company. We’re looking at a notchless all-screen phone with a pop-up selfie camera, a triple-lens camera on the back, and curved display edges that will make you think of Samsung’s flagship phones. With less than two weeks to go until the phone’s launch, we now have official press renders of the Pro so we can see exactly what’s in store… and it looks fantastic.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 as shown here has a metal frame, a seemingly glass back, and dimensions that “may measure” 162.6 x 77.4 x 7.9mm Slightly suspect. We’d take these images and the accompanying information with a pinch of salt though. Not just because it’ s unofficial , but also

Galaxy Note 10 is the next big release on Samsung ’ s roadmap, and since we’re only some two months away from its rumored launch date, there’s a lot of speculation on this model online.

Leak: First unofficial Note 10 renders show off Samsung’s refreshed aesthetic© Provided by The Next Web

Considering Samsung usually reveals its Galaxy Note devices in the fall or late summer, it was about time we started to see some proper leaks of the upcoming Note 10. But while I was expecting essentially a Galaxy S10 with a bigger screen and a stylus, the first renders of the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro (Samsung is supposedly releasing two Notes this time) appear to suggest a new design language altogether.

The renders come courtesy of Pricebaba and reliable leaker @OnLeaks. To be clear, these don’t appear to be official renders, but rather designs based on known dimensions and features that should closely replicate the final product, as has been the case with previous OnLeaks releases.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be even bigger, reported leaks say

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In less than a month, Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 9 at its Unpacked event. While there have been plenty of rumors and leaks about the upcoming and unannounced handset, it looks like an official render of the device has now found its way online.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has leaked out entirely in a new 360-degree render video. The flagship features a triple-camera setup on Representing a huge change in direction for Samsung ’ s Galaxy Note lineup, the renders of the upcoming flagship show that it ditches the horizontal camera setup

The new look isn’t completely revolutionary – the phones are still glass sandwiches – but they’re a departure for Samsung’s Galaxy devices. Most notably, Samsung is dropping the rounded quadrangle camera enclosure it’s used since its very first Android phones. It’s an all-around sleeker look, albeit perhaps a little more generic.


The render also corroborates some of the rumors we’ve heard before: the phones will supposedly omit the headphone jack – a puzzling choice for devices aimed at power-users – and the Bixby button. Thankfully, Samsung seems to have abandoned its plan to replace the physical power and volume buttons with haptic feedback and sensors. That would be awful.

The Pro version is sporting four cameras – ultrawide, wide, tele and depth – and an in-display fingerprint sensor under the 6.75-inch panel. The smaller device opts for a 6.3-inch screen and loses the depth AKA time-of-flight sensor. On both devices, the front-facing camera is placed at the center, rather than the side as on the S10 family. Curiously, the Note 10 siblings only have one selfie camera, seemingly omitting the depth sensor on the S10 Plus.

Samsung insider suggests the Galaxy Note line will get a major name change

Samsung insider suggests the Galaxy Note line will get a major name change Samsung is expected to launch up to four Galaxy Note 10 versions this summer, according to the most recent leaks, although two of them will be 5G variations of the two 4G handsets. Still, this is something that Samsung hadn’t done before, with the exception of the Note 4 series, which also featured an introductory Note Edge concept. Samsung supposedly wants to replicate the sales success of the Galaxy S10 by offering buyers multiple Note 10 models to choose from. And, in doing so, Samsung might make a significant change to the Galaxy Note’s name.

According to the leaked renders of the phone, it seems that Samsung could be continuing to use a similar designed they used in the Galaxy Note It will, however, employ an edge-to-edge display with Samsung opting to feature the hole-punch camera right smack in the middle of the display to the top.

Renders of the Samsung Galaxy S 10 Plus have leaked , giving us our best look yet at the next Samsung flagship. What makes this display even more interesting is Samsung ’ s odd decision to position the display hole off -centre, towards the right corner.

Leak: First unofficial Note 10 renders show off Samsung’s refreshed aesthetic© Provided by The Next Web

Other expected specs, at least for the Pro, include a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 920, up to 12GB of RAM, a 4,500 mAh battery, and 45W fast charging. That last bit is particularly notable as Samsung has stuck to a now-pedestrian 15W for years, taking almost two hours for a full charge on the Note 9. For comparison, the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 30W charger goes from zero to 50 percent in 20 minutes with its 30W charger.

It’s not an entirely remarkable redesign, but I appreciate the change of pace, especially the ability to choose a ‘small’ version of the Note 10. We’ll surely find out more as leaks make their way to the internet throughout the summer.

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