If you’ve been following phone news, you know that Samsung’s flagship, stylus-equipped Galaxy Note 10 is coming August 7th. You understand it’ll have 5G, and you also have a decent concept what it appears like because of these estimated renders from June. However now, we could also be getting our best look at the Galaxy Note 10 — the first official pictures of the phone have reportedly leaked out.
The images come from both the usually reliable Roland Quandt at WinFuture and MySmartPrice contributor Ishan Agarwal, so we’ve got little doubt they’re legit. And in that case, they reveal that Samsung plans to not only produce the Galaxy Note 10 in black but additionally an attractive, shiny blue-purple pearlescent color scheme that’s a dead ringer for the Huawei P30 Pro.
As rumored previously, we are able to see a triple-camera array around the back of the phone, exceptionally thin bezels and a hole-punch camera that each barely disturbs the screen around the front, and all of the curved glass you’d expect from a Samsung flagship in 2019
However, what’s missing could also be just as exciting as what’s included within the picture namely, there’s no visible fingerprint sensor (suggesting it’s inside the display), and this phone has one fewer physical button than we’d sometimes anticipate on a Galaxy Note. Did Samsung do away with the power button, or did it finally get rid of the oft-hated Bixby button? (We ask as a result of the button beneath the volume rocker is typically Bixby, not power, in recent Samsung designs.) If the power button did switch sides, that’s nonetheless something customers would have to get used to.