CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro surfaced earlier this month giving us a pretty good idea of what they'll look like. Now today, we are looking at the official Olixar cases of these smartphones listed on a UK retailer's website further confirming some of their design aspects.
Both Note10 and Note10 Pro will come with their rear cameras placed vertically in the top-left corner on their backs. The Note10 will boast a triple camera setup while the Note10 Pro will have an extra shooter.
Furthermore, the cases also confirm the presence of power key and volume rocker on the left side, and the absence of the dedicated Bixby button which was introduced by Samsung with the Galaxy S8 back in 2017.
Previous leaks showed that Samsung has ditched the headphone jack on the Galaxy Note10 series, but some cases appear to have a small cut-out at the bottom on the left side of the USB-C port. The S Pen slot is typically in the corner, but this might well be for a microphone or a speaker though, so don't get your hopes up.
Two days ago, we came across a report which stated that the Galaxy Note10 series will come with a Sound on Display technology, eliminating the need for an earpiece. Well, the screen protector for the Note10 duo made by Olixar lacks a cut-out for the earpiece which corroborates that report.
The screen guard also has a hole in the center which confirms rumors of the Galaxy Note10 series flaunting a display having a punch hole in the center.
The Galaxy Note10 series is said to go official on August 7, but until then, we are likely to hear a lot more about these 2019 Samsung flagships.
I trully hate that Bixby button on Galaxy S8. However the phone was great!
I will wait for Oneplus 7T Pro and that's it. S9+ will be my last Samsung phone although I love their UI and OS a lot but it's not worth to buy the Note 10 Pro really ... Samsung is killing their own unique design with this new line really. And the p...
exactly. Thank you.this is what I am saying.