A new render of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 surfaced today and gives us a closer and more vivid look of what the upcoming flagship phone from the South Korean tech titan would look like. As usual, these CAD renders are shared online by OnLeaks, one of the most popular and accurate leakers. The new render today suggests that the upcoming flagship device might no longer have the traditional 3.5mm port.
The latest CAD Samsung Galaxy Note10 render reveal that it will look different from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. But, many fans noticed that there is no sign of a Bixby button or a headphone jack on the new render. Interestingly, there are several buttons, which according to questionable speculation, the device might feature a Bixby key that was earlier speculated to be featured in the Pro variant of the flagship device.
In addition, the render is almost the same as the render revealed several days ago. The Samsung Galaxy Note10 render shows the punch hole display enclosed by slimmer bezels that we once saw on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The screen of the latest render measures 6.3-inch and is rumored to have a QHD+ resolution.
The device is also believed to have an embedded fingerprint scanner. The screen of the rumored device is smooth and curved and the back part reveals three cameras positioned on the left side. If you take a closer look at the design, there is no visible fingerprint scanner. According to rumors, the fingerprint scanner is built into the device's screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 will have a 1440x 3040 resolution with HDR+10 support. With the Bixby button gone, the South Korean tech giant moved the power button below the volume rocker on the left side of the device. On the top part, there is a SIM card slot that goes along with what appears to be an IR Blaster.
The bottom part of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 render shows the USB-C port along with the speaker, primary microphone, and the S-Pen slot. This latest render along with the details must be taken with a pinch of salt. Not only because it is unofficial but also because there are several details that seem questionable and inconsistent.
The rumored dimensions seem weird that it will make the Samsung Galaxy Note10 a wider and longer device. The placement of the cameras is weird too as it is a total departure from Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and from the Galaxy S10 range. The 6.3-inch display is also strange given that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has 6.4-inches display.