Some of the features Samsung brought to subsequent phones, like IP-rated water resistance, became fundamental requirements for flagship phones - though plenty of other features popularized by the Galaxy series never spread beyond them.
Not like the Fold, which was created to be a phone which morphs right into a pill, Samsung's new model can be a 6.7-inch smartphone which folds alongside the horizontal axis so it becomes an extremely-compact device when not in use.
One of the most noticeable characteristics of the phone shown in the pictures is the single punch-hole camera in the front.
What do you think of the punch hole in the centre of the phone? This is different from the Galaxy Fold with an outward smaller display and an inner foldable display panel. These specs seem to be a bit larger than what the previous renders have revealed, but they still appear to be quite thin. For imaging, the rear cameras of the smartphone are expected to feature a 12MP wide-angle sensor, a 12MP telephoto sensor, a 16MP ultrawide-angle sensor.
Unlike Note 9, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will ditch the fingerprint on the back and will employ an in-display fingerprint scanner. These specs are in ideal accordance with the previously leaked renders. But, it looks like Samsung is dropping the plan to call it "Note 10 Pro". The images do not reveal the top, bottom and sides of the phone, and thus can't confirm if the 3.5mm headphone jack is still there or not.
In the second image, we can see the upcoming Note 10+ having an Infinity-O display with the cutout centered, not on the top-up right corner, as Galaxy S10 series phones used us.
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