Previous renders of the Note 10+ show off its rear, featuring a triple-lens camera in a vertical layout, as seen on the Huawei P30 Pro. The Korean Tech Giant is expected to unveil 3 models - the vanilla Note10, the Note10+, and a 5G variant.
Now ahead of the launch, alleged pricing of the upcoming Galaxy Note series has surfaced online.
A big bushel of details about the Galaxy Note 10 have been released along with several leaks. But an industry tipster, Quandt, has revealed Galaxy Note10 will start at €999 while the larger Note10+ will start at €1149. As per Samsung's trend of retaining US MSRP, Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ will cost $1,125 and $1,295 at launch in the US, respectively.
According to them, the device will support the only 5G in South Korea, while both 4G and 5G models will be available for the global market, Yonhap news agency reported on Friday.
Image of the Samsung Galaxy Fold spotted in Delhi Metro. Samsung is yet to confirm an official launch date for any part of the world, and till that happens the fate of the Galaxy Fold remains unknown.
As expected, the 6.75-inch Galaxy Note 10+ doesn't have a dual front camera. Samsung has been one of the few companies to have stuck around with the headphone jack, but it seems like the company is getting ready to axe the headphone jack with the Note 10.
Probably the major thing we notice here is the top button is longer and flatter than the more circular, obvious bottom button.
It also features the Samsung Knox, Samsung's defense-grade security platform created to protect from chipset to software.