Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note10+ Spotted In The Wild

The design is allegedly revealed, everyone take note!

If Samsung were to follow their annual schedule of unveiling their Galaxy Note series, their Unbox event would be expected to be held in August later this year. But thanks to the wonderful thing we call the Internet, folks who managed to get their hands on what appears to be the upcoming brand new Samsung Galaxy Note10+ just couldn’t wait another month to show it off.

 

The leak of Samsung’s Plus variant of their soon-to-launch flagship was uploaded by trusted leakster ECLYNOH from TechTalkTV on Slashleaks. The alleged phone appears to have a punch hole camera on its 6.75-inch display, as well as a generous screen estate with high screen-to-body ratio. The leakster was obviously in a hurry to snag the photographs, so it's hard to tell from its rear profile shots if the Note10+ is equipped with a triple or quad camera setup. Squint your eyes a bit and you’ll notice the phone does have a Bixby-like button on its left, while there are tiny gaps on the right that may indicate where the volume rocker and lock buttons are. The photos also could not confirm if the Note10+ did omit the 3.5mm jack or otherwise.

So far, that’s as much as we can point out from the alleged leaked photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+. Spec-wise, the Plus variant is expected to have 6GB or 12GB of RAM, the latest Snapdragon or Exynos processor for certain regions, and a camera setup of a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, 16MP ultra-wide lens, and 12MP telephoto lens.

As usual of any leaks we find on the Internet, we suggest taking the information uncovered of the Note10+ with a grain of salt. At least until Samsung releases official information and images of the smartphone which we’ll be expecting very soon anyway.