Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro renders reveal major design choices

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro renders reveal major design choices

Rishabh Pachory

One of the most highly anticipated phones that is coming to the market is none other than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. Both of which are expected to have majorly powerful specifications that will leave the rivals in the dust. Only yesterday, a few renders of the Note 10 surfaced online and now, a few leaks of the Note 10 Pro have also emerged.

The leaks come from the trustworthy leaker, OnLeaks, which is known to have given vital information about the OnePlus phones that were recently launched and even the Pixel 3a lineup.

From what we had seen yesterday, the Note 10 is a major design overhaul as compared to the Note 9 that came out last year. Instead of the usual thin bezels at the top and bottom, the company is looking to adopt the punch hole camera style that is becoming increasingly popular. In fact, the Note 10 seems to have smaller bezels than the older Note 9. Up front, the Note 10 Pro seems to have the same design apart from the fact that it has a 6.7-inch display.

However, what's new this time is that the punch hole display will be located at center of the top edge of the screen, which is certainly something new. Apart from that, it has been leaked that the screen has a size of 6.3-inches with a QHD+ display. The phone will also have an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor like the ones in the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+.

At the back is where the Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro seem to differ most. The Note 10 has a triple camera set up that is vertically located at the back, while the Note 10 Pro will have a quad camera set up.

As of now, there are no confirmed details on what the internal specifications of the phone are. However, the phones will come with a USB type C port.