As in previous years, Samsung is certain to launch the flagship Galaxy Note after releasing the Galaxy S. This is the same as this year.
Quoting Phone Arena, the rendering images of the Galaxy Note 10 have been circulating on the internet. In these custom images, it looks like the Galaxy Note 10 has a design similar to the Galaxy S10 trio.
The screen also features the Infinity-O design with two selfie cameras embedded directly in the top right corner, similar to the Galaxy S10 +. But the difference is, on the back of the Galaxy Note 10 there are four cameras embedded, more than the three S10 and Galaxy S10 +.
The function of each of these cameras is still unclear, but it might be similar to the 5G Galaxy S10 which is known to have ultra wide cameras, wide, telephoto, and depth cameras (ToF sensors, distance measuring objects for Augmented Reality features).
The four Galaxy Note 10 cameras in the rendering image are contained horizontally in a rectangular module. At one end there is a flash LED and a pulse scanner.
Besides the camera, the other difference between the Galaxy Note 10 and the line of the Galaxy S10 is the availability of the typical S-Pen stylus on the Galaxy Note series.
Biometric features in the Galaxy Note 10 are expected to be similar to the Galaxy S10, which relies on an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner embedded in the screen aka in-display fingerprint scanner and face recognition 2D.
The iris scanner sensor seems to be absent, as well as in the Galaxy S10 which sacrifices this security feature in order to expand the screen area.
Keep in mind, this series of rendering images is limited to mere imagery. The real appearance of the new Galaxy Note 10 will be known after launching later.
Usually, Samsung announces the brand-new Galaxy Note series in mid-year. That said, what do you think about the leaked images of the Galaxy Note 10?