Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy Note 10, is due out just a month from now, August 7. We’ve already seen interpretive renders from OnLeaks, but now thanks to two separate sources, WinFuture and Ishan Agarwal, we can get a look at Samsung’s official press images for the Note 10.
It looks like the earlier renders from OnLeaks were spot on, with the official images showing the same very rectangular design, slim bezels, and centered, front-facing camera. These official images show us two color options so far: black and a shimmery “silver” color, which looks like it has a color-shift feature going on.
There are going to be two different sizes of the Galaxy Note this year, with the larger model called either “Plus” or “Pro.” On the back of both devices you’ll find a main camera module with three lenses, while the larger model has an extra depth-sensing camera setup on the back. The camera model protrudes a tiny bit out of the back of the phone, which is different from the earlier OnLeaks renders. There’s no view of the bottom of the phone, but reportedly this will be Samsung’s first flagship without a headphone jack.
Samsung’s images do not show a Bixby button, which in the past has been an extra physical side button that summons Samsung’s half-baked voice assistant. Android Police reported earlier that the Galaxy Note 10 would have pressure sensitive buttons—perhaps Samsung will use a Pixel-style squeeze gesture to launch Bixby?
The rumored specs for the Note 10 all claim somewhere around a 6.3-inch display for the smaller version and a 6.7-inch display for the larger version. As usual the internals should be pretty close to this year’s Galaxy S phone, with a Snapdragon 855 SoC and at least 6GB of RAM. We’ll learn a lot more about the phone during the launch event next month.
Listing image by Ishan Agarwal