We've been living in a lie for the past month, believing that Samsung's maxed out phablet this fall will be called the Galaxy Note10 Pro, when in fact in will be the Galaxy Note10+.
This move makes sense as it follows the usual nomenclature of the Galaxy S10 series - regular and plus. And while we're discussing series, the upcoming Note series is expected to feature three devices - a 6.4-inch Galaxy Note10, a 6.7-inch Galaxy Note10+ and a 5G variant of the latter.
Below are three blurry images of the Galaxy Note10+ in the wild. They aren't of the best quality but they do serve the purpose of giving us the proper name of the device, to show the centered (single) selfie camera cutout in the display and to show the vertical triple camera setup on the rear.
Samsung Galaxy Note10+, image source: TechTalkTV
Samsung will unfold the Galaxy Note10 series on August 7 and we expect future leaks to shed all question marks by then.
The only think that I realize about Samsung now is that, they only support their devices for only 2 years. compare to the bigest Samsung competitor, they give an update even for an old devices.. so I have to think twice now for buying a new samsung...
u do know there are 2 different sizes coming right ??. if it's too big still then don't buy it man ... who is forcing u .... lol ... anyone wanting to upgrade from s10e would be for either display or s-pen. everything else remains same between 2 pho...