Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Renders Show Four Rear Cameras And A Similar Design

Anita - Jun 10, 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Renders Show Four Rear Cameras And A Similar Design

According to the latest renders, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro is much similar to the base variant in the design department, except for the additional 3D ToF sensor on the rear panel.

Since the Samsung Galaxy S10+ was unveiled, the gap between the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S series began blurring. Therefore, it is not surprising that Samsung is said to be on track of developing a bigger Galaxy Note 10 Pro which aims to a higher variant of the base 6.3-inch Note 10. Recently, Pricebaba in coordination with @onleaks launched a series of high-quality renders and a 360-degree video, which helps us have a good understanding of what Galaxy Note 10 Pro might look like.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5k2
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro

Accordingly, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro phone will sport a similar design with the base Note 10. Up front, the phone will have a curved screen with a hole-punch cut-out placed at the center for housing the selfie sensor. In addition, the bezels on all four sides of the phone are equally thin. An earpiece is placed on the top above the screen. Similar to the previous rumours, the report from Pricebaba suggests that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will sport a 6.75-inch display with an on-screen fingerprint scanner.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5k1 In terms of camera, the Pro variant features a vertically-aligned triple rear camera setup put on the left side. But the setup of the Pro variant is better than that of the base Note 10 when having a 3D ToF cluster put under LED flash. In addition to the camera module, the rear panel only comes with a Samsung logo as the company removed the fingerprint scanner on the back.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 5k3

Additionally, the phone also features antenna lines on the top and the bottom edges. On the left side, Samsung places power and volume buttons with a Bixby button, which is similar to the base Galaxy Note 10. Besides, the phone also has a USB-C port, microphone, speaker grille and cut-out for the S Pen at the bottom edge while at the top are a SIM tray, microphone and an infrared sensor. Of course, the Note 10 Pro will not have a headphone jack, as previous leaks suggested.

And according to the report, the Pro variant will measure 162.6x77.4x7.9mm. And the phone will have 8.3mm thickness if including the camera bump on the back. Additionally, the device will have a truly thin metal frame which is thicker around the buttons, which is similar to the Galaxy S10 5G phone.

The below render shows the differences between the Pro variant and the base variant with the display size that obviously makes them different. In addition, the Pro variant also has a 3D ToF camera while the standard one features a significantly thicker bezel on the top.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Vs Note 10 Pro 5k 1
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Vs Note 10

As per the previous leaks, the primary difference between two devices will be in the battery, display and camera aspects. The Pro variant is said to sport a larger 6.7-inch screen with a quad rear camera setup, a big 4,500mAh cell supporting the 45W quick charging solution. Meanwhile, the base variant features a 6.3-inch display, triple rear cameras, and a bit smaller cell with the slower charging technology. Additionally, the Pro model will come with a faster and newer UFS 3.0 flash storage and an aspect ratio of 19:9.

In addition, Samsung will also add a Galaxy Note 10e in the series with a flat screen and smaller 3,400 mAh cell. Now the details of the memory setup of the phone remain unknown. The remaining aspects of the Galaxy Note 10 smartphones will be the same, comprising of the Exynos 9820/ Snapdragon 855 SoC. Certainly, the Galaxy Note 10 5G is a Verizon variant in the U.S market. According to the latest leak, the pricing of the Galaxy Note 10 series will be from $1,000 to $1,200 (roughly Rs. 70,000 - Rs. 83,000). The series is tipped to be available in Pink, Red, Silver, White, Black and gradient silver and blue hues.


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