Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Rumored to Debut Instead of Galaxy Note 10 Pro

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supposed hands-on images have surfaced online in the middle of rumors declaring the advancement of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The images reveal a hole-punch display screen, which is likely to be the very same AMOLED panel-backed Infinity-O Display that was featured on the Galaxy S10 earlier this year. The rumored Galaxy Note 10+ model found in the hands-on images likewise has a vertically-aligned camera setup at the back, in addition to an LED flash and a Time of Flight (ToF) sensing unit. It is claimed that unlike the earlier rumored Galaxy Note 10 Pro, Samsung would release the Galaxy Note 10+ formally together with the routine Galaxy Note 10. This really makes good sense if we look at the Galaxy S10 family that has the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in addition to the thinned down Galaxy S10e.

Technology channel on YouTube TechTalkTV has dripped the purported hands-on pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The images reveal the punch-hole screen with a cutout for the selfie camera at the center. The boot screen appears on the image recommends the new name convention. Even more, the channel claims that instead of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, which has actually been rumored up until now, the South Korean giant will bring the Galaxy Note 10+.

At the back, the hands-on image shows a vertically-aligned electronic camera setup. Due to the fuzzy image, it is uncertain whether the phone has 4 rear cams or simply 3. The source, however, reports that the Galaxy Note 10+ has a quad rear camera setup. There is likewise a ToF sensing unit along with an LED flash.

Because Samsung hasn’t confirmed any Galaxy Note 10 designs, it is safe to take the latest development with a pinch of salt.

Previously this month, Samsung was reported to be all set to release the Galaxy Note 10 series on August 7. The company is thought to launch a 5G alternative aside from the two new Galaxy Note designs. Additionally, the Galaxy Note 10 family might carry a cost between $1,100-1,200.

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