Official renders of the Galaxy Note 10 give us a clear look at Samsung's next flagship. Many of the features we've heard about before are present in the images shared by WinFuture, including the centered hole-punch camera on the front and the triple rear camera setup on the back.
The leaked Galaxy Note 10 images also show a slight chin at the bottom of the screen and an S Pen that matches the color of the handset itself. Looking at the sides of the phone, there doesn't appear to be a dedicated Bixby button here, with just volume and power/lock buttons on the left side of the phone.
This device is the standard Galaxy Note 10 model. Samsung is also expected to launch a Galaxy Note 10+ model with a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor on the back of the phone to help capture depth information. The regular Note 10 is rumored to have a 6.28-inch display while the Note 10+ will reportedly be equipped with a 6.75-inch screen. Both phones will reportedly lose the 3.5mm headphone jack found on past Note handsets.
Samsung is also rumored to be making two versions of each Galaxy Note 10 model — one with 4G LTE and one with 5G — for a total of four different variants.
While there's not a ton of new information revealed by these leaked images, it is nice to get a clear look at Samsung's next flagship Android phone. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will be officially revealed at an event on August 7th, so it won't be long before all of the details on both phones are spilled.