Samsung Galaxy Note 10 To Release With 2 4G & 2 5G Versions Based On Recent Render; Device To Release With This Look
A few days ago, a massive leak surfaced revealing several details on what the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would look like upon its release. Recently, popular serial leaker Ben Gaskin shared the rear design render of the much-awaited device. He shared that the render was confirmed by another Samsung insider named Ice Universe on the accuracy of his design.
The leak showing the camera of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 prompted a popular Samsung insider to post the render of the rear design of the device. From the render, it seems that the highly-anticipated device will only have a hole-punch camera on the front and will be positioned at the center. The rear camera module of the device will be positioned vertically on the upper left part of the device.
If you take a look at Samsung Galaxy S10's selfie snapper, you will notice that it is positioned on the upper right corner of the device while the multi-lens camera set up at the rear is positioned horizontally at the center of the topmost part of the device. What these recent leaks underline is the possibility that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models are going to have a couple of 4G and a couple of 5G versions, according to some analysts.
Ice universe confirmed that this #GalaxyNote10 render is correct https://t.co/jnBDhUh5Ka pic.twitter.com/GpA4x0UNP1 — Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) May 29, 2019
To round up the leaks released within the week, it is apparent that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have a single-lens camera in front and a multiple-lens camera at the back. It will most likely retain the Infinity-O screen design and will only have variation in terms of the locations of the selfie snapper. Moreover, the rear camera designs will most likely mimic what is already present in other Samsung and Android devices.
The placement of the cameras might be Samsung's way of compromising something for a much greater purpose. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be released with a built-in stylus pen according to several leaks. This only means that the South Korean tech and electronics titan will have to juggle several components without compromising its battery life.
Based on the render that recently surfaced, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will most likely have in-display sensors for fingerprint similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. But, there are several leaks claiming that the device will disappoint high public expectations. Samsung insiders a few days ago shared on their Twitter accounts that the rear camera design of the upcoming device will be a mess. This could probably due to the company's effort to cram up the rear camera with 5X zoom periscope camera.