Photos that claim to show the Galaxy Note 10+ have surfaced, showing off its extremely thin bezels and hole-punch camera that's centered at the top of the screen. The hands-on images shared by TechTalkTV also show the boot screen, which suggests that the phone will be called "Galaxy Note 10+" rather than "Galaxy Note 10 Pro" as previous rumors said. That name fits better with Samsung's naming scheme for other devices, like the Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S10+.
There's a photo of the back of the Galaxy Note 10+, too. It's blurry, but we can see what appears to be the triple rear camera setup from previous leaks as well as the flash and another sensor. There's some Samsung branding on the back of the phone, too.
Rumors have said that the Galaxy Note 10+ will have a 6.75-inch screen, which would make the Note 10+ the biggest Note phone yet. The good news for folks who don't want that big of a display is that the regular Note 10 is expected to have a 6.28-inch display. Getting back to the Note 10+, it's rumored that the phone will have a 4500mAh battery, 4G LTE and 5G models, and that it will lack a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung hasn't made any official announcements about the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+, but it's rumored that both phones could be revealed at an event on August 7th.