Newly rendered images can show what is expected of Galaxy Note 10, the 10-year edition of Samsung’s lineup. The graphic designer called Concept Creator put on YouTube a rendered video joining all the rumors and leaks that are known so far on the device. So, this is not an official video, just a fan version of what could turn out to be the device.
So far, the expectations are that the device arrives with curved screens, taking the side edges of the device. On top of that, it features a central hole in the front for the camera.
The device, however, should arrive with a quadruple set of lenses on the back, along with the LED flash. Another highlight of the video is the 3.5mm headphone jack that is still in the Galaxy S10 and 10+, which does not appear on the Galaxy Fold.
The company has already adopted the USB-C port on its handsets, and it’s no surprise if it keeps this port on its new device. It should still count on the S-Pen similar to that of Galaxy Note 9.
The specs so far are that the device should come with Snapdragon 855 as processor plus compatibility to the 5G connection. Along with the whole recent Samsung line, it is also possible that the side button of the Bixby stays here too.
Note 10 can also come with more varied versions, ranging from 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB of RAM, as well as 128GB or 512GB versions of internal storage. Samsung is expected to launch the device later this year, with an announcement in July and launch in August.