As we already know, Samsung is preparing to launch its Galaxy Note 10 series. Ahead of the launch, a YouTube channel named TechTalkTV has leaked the first real-life images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Through a tweet, they also revealed that the phone will be called Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and not Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
Let’s take a look at the alleged hands-on images of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Even though the photos displayed here appear blurry, it shows a few key details of the phone. As you can see, the device comes with a center punch-hole display on the front. It also has a vertically-aligned triple camera with an LED flash and ToF sensor at the top left corner on the back. Furthermore, the selfie camera is placed at the top-middle on the front.
Coming to the previous reports, the Samsung Note 10+ is equipped with a 6.75-inch Infinity-O AMOLED display and support HDR+ (high dynamic range) images. It is also rumored that the device will be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and a massive 4170mAh battery. The phone is likely to come with a 256GB of storage and 12GB of RAM. The case renders leaked before reveals that there is no headphone jack for the Galaxy Note 10 series.