One day after renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 surfaced, another batch of images have come out that claim to show the Pro version of the upcoming flagship.
New renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro show a device that looks similar to the Note 10 we saw yesterday, but with a couple of notable differences. Around back there's a fourth camera: a time of flight (ToF) sensor that helps capture depth information. Like on the standard Note 10, the Note 10 Pro also has a vertically stacked trio of cameras.
This Note 10 Pro is also said to be larger than the regular Note 10. OnLeaks and Pricebaba say that the Note 10 Pro measures 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm while the Note 10 is 151 x 72 x 7.9mm. The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is rumored to feature a 6.75-inch display. There's no visible fingerprint reader on the Note 10 Pro, so that large screen likely has an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Other notable details of this Galaxy Note 10 Pro include glass on the front and back, a small hole-punch selfie camera at the center of the top of the screen, a USB-C port, and an S Pen. And like the standard Galaxy Note 10, this Note 10 Pro lacks both a Bixby button and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Rumors say that Samsung is prepping four versions of the Galaxy Note 10: two 4G LTE models with 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch screens and triple and quad camera setups, respectively, as well as two 5G models otherwise with similar specs. So far the leaks we've seen appear to line up with that rumor. We've never seen Samsung offer two different screen sizes of a Note model, but it could be nice to have the option of getting a smaller (for a Note phone) display with an S Pen or a huge screen.