Samsung is near to reveal its next flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 10. The date has been officially confirmed to unveil Note 10. The company is holding a big unpacked event at the Barclays Center in New York. Last year, Samsung launched the Note 9 at the same place. There has been leaks and rumors about the specs and design surfacing even after official teasers.
The recently leaked images were uploaded by the FCC on Thursday but were removed later on. The photos were sighted by XDA developers, Droidlife and Slashleakes before those were remove from the web. It seems that those pics were leaked by mistake and as soon as they find about it, they remove those. These pictures confirmed the leaks about missing the headphone jack. Much like Apple, Google, and Huawei, Samsung has apparently banished the 3.5mm jack from the design of the device.
On Wednesday, some pictures of Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus were spotted, with the pictures showing a front-facing camera positioned in the middle of the handset and three cameras vertically aligned on the rear side of the camera. The images come from the marketing firm German tech publication. The Galaxy Note 10 isn’t completely skipping the physical buttons for power and volume, but there won’t be any headphone jack – a big No for some users. It will likely to have a bigger display and aspect ratio than its predecessor, a 6.6-inch display as compared to Note 9’s 6.4-inch display.
The device is powered by a 4,300mAh battery which is good enough to keep the device alive for the whole day. There would be S-Pen which is no surprise off course. For photography, it is equipped with four cameras on the rear side. The Korean tech giant is looking forward to manufacturing one more model of Note 10 with 5G support. Samsung Indonesia recently tweets a teaser video which explains how you no longer need multiple devices for your work and Notes 10 is enough to work, edit, present, and send your work to clients.