Recently, a YouTube channel EasyAccessTech uploaded a video that showcase a concept design of Samsung’s next flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 10. The video is based on the speculations and leaks on the device design and specifications. But we should remember that this is a fan made concept video and has no official affiliation with Samsung in any way.
As per video, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have an outer casing of metal and glass. The device will have 6.7 inch super AMOLED display screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The display would be FHD and will have resolution upto 1440 x 2960 pixels with a pixel density of 494 ppi. Galaxy Note 10 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC processor. Adreno 640 will be Graphical processing unit. As always, Samsung will release two variants – One will be for US and South Korean market and the other one will be for the rest of world. Exynos 9820 will be the process for the other model and will have Mali G76 MP12 as its GPU.
Rumors suggest three different variants for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, 10GB RAM and 512 GB storage. The storage is expandable with the help of micro-SD card slot that can be used to increase storage capacity of Galaxy Note 10 by 1TB. As the phone is expected to be launched in the second or third quarter of this year, the OS is likely to be Andriod Pie by default and will have 5G network support.
The camera specification of the device is consist of a triple camera setup with two 16MP camera lens and one 12MP camera. The front camera would likely to have a 21MP sensor. Some rumors also report of in-display fingerprint scanner. The device will also use 3D face scanning as an extra layer of security. The rumor suggests a 5000mAh battery to power the device. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have an IP68 certification for water and dust resistance as per video suggest. The display screen will have round hole on the front screen for selfie camera. The unexpected feature is the 3.5 mm jack for audio output, which one thought Samsung had been getting rid from upcoming devices.