The first live photos of the Galaxy Note 10+ have leaked online. While rumors pointed to the device being called as Galaxy Note 10 Pro, Samsung will instead call it the Galaxy Note 10+.
The live images confirm that the Note 10+ will come with a hole-punch display, though this time around it has been centered at the top. There is also no earpiece grille at the top which has allowed Samsung to reduce the bezels even further. The Korean company will make use of the Sound on Display technology in which the display will vibrate to produce sound.
Samsung has also gone for a single camera setup on the Note 10 Pro and ditched the secondary depth sensor found on the Galaxy S10+. The depth sensor on the latter was barely made sense so omitting it is a smart move from Samsung.
The rear photos of the Note 10 Pro also confirm that the device will come with vertical camera setup and not a horizontal camera setup as seen on the Galaxy S10 earlier this year. The triple-camera setup is joined by a new Time of Flight sensor which is expected to remain exclusive to the Note 10 Pro.
The live photos don’t confirm if the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will come with a headphone jack or not. There have been reports of Samsung ditching the headphone jack with its Galaxy Note 10 series, though rumors are split on this front.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 10 series in the first week of August at an Unpacked event that will be held in London and New York simultaneously.
[Via TechTalk TV]