The rumours regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are pouring in from all corners of the Web. In the latest development, alleged case renders of the Galaxy Note 10 have been leaked, verifying the rumours that the phone will be equipped with a vertically aligned camera module on the top left corner of the back panel. Additionally, it seems there isn’t a cutout for the 3.5mm jack, which validates a previous report that claimed that the Samsung flagship phone will finally do away with the headphone jack.
Images of the “real life case(s)” have been leaked by a Twitter user claiming that they belong to cases of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro. On the bottom of the case, there are four cutouts probably for the speaker, a charging port, an S-Pen and for the mic. On the left edge, there is familiar button configuration of a volume rocker and a supposed Bixby button. On the right edge is a small button towards the bottom and there is no information on what purpose it might serve.
When seen from the top, there’s one cutout that seems to be for the IR blaster. The cutout for cameras is in line with the previously leaked image in which a protruded camera module is seen with three sensors. On the right side of the module, there are two more sensors and an LED flash completing the setup. There isn’t a cutout for the fingerprint sensor because it is likely that the device will have an under-display fingerprint sensor similar to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.
The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is said to be one of the two phones in the Note 10 series. Samsung could announce the Galaxy Note 10 Pro and the Galaxy Note 10, with model numbers SM-N975 and SM-N976, respectively. Both the smartphones are reported to sport a 4170mAh battery, with the key difference being the display size. While Samsung is expected to use their new Dynamic AMOLED panels on both the phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to ship with a 6.4-inch display while the Note 10 Pro will have a larger 6.8-inch screen.