Looking at the images below, we can see that there is an indentation on the back, below the camera, what looks to be for the S Pen. Notably, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will make its debut on August 7 and Galaxy Tab S6 could launch alongside the smartphone.
An image that purportedly shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Let us know in the comments section below. Last year, the hero colour for the Galaxy Note9 is Ocean Blue and it comes with a contrasting yellow S Pen stylus. However, Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 could be the best phone of the year and worth waiting for.
The Note 10 in these images is the standard model that'll reportedly have a 6.28-inch screen.
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Of course, that's not necessarily a smoking gun for any particular feature, but it points to a particular focus for the Galaxy Note 10 going into its launch.
If that sounds familiar, it's because Samsung has made similar decisions in the past.
Basically, the lack of bezels at the top and the bottom, more cameras, a bigger screen and no rear fingerprint scanner is what makes the design so great, and they're almost identical. On top of that, the new mid-range tier device packs a Snapdragon 730 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, 3700mAh battery (w/ 25W Super Fast Charge technology), an in-display fingerprint scanner and more. We still see volume controls and what's likely a Bixby button on the left frame, but based on these renders, we won't be getting the typical power button on the right side of the phone.
At any rate, let's talk about the Note 10's screen. So much is Samsung's ToF action becoming widely relevant that ETNews reported that Samsung partner business KOLEN is preparing a ToF-centric major investment.