Images leaked by Roland Quandt at WinFuture and MySmartPrice contributor Ishan Agarwal, together with FCC specifications, confirm the legitimacy of these leaked images. A fourth camera sensor under the flash is also visible, which is an indication this is the Galaxy Note 10+, the bigger and more expensive Note 10 model. One one hand, Samsung could be adding dual functionality to the left side button, making it a Bixby and power button in one (not unlike what's found on the iPhone XS and XR). This device may even arrive alongside the Galaxy Note10 series, we'll see.
Samsung has been teasing the productivity features of the upcoming Galaxy Note10, to be unveiled on August 7, but, unlike Google who leaked its own Pixel 4, Samsung is silent about the looks of the upcoming devices.
At any rate, let's talk about the Note 10's screen. If Samsung has finally made a decision to forego the jack with the Note 10, it means without a doubt that next year's Galaxy S11 will miss out on it too.
Samsung's long history of including a 3.5mm headphone jack in its flagship phones is about to come to an end.
The Note 10 in these images is the standard model that'll reportedly have a 6.28-inch screen.