Our First Look at Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+


In a bid to enable Ethereum functionalities into the latest designs of the Galaxy S-series, Note-series, A-series, and the Galaxy Fold franchise, the Smartphone merchandise discloses that there are future plans in place to extend these decentralized features to its budget phones in the queue. Shown in the images are the Silver and Black options for the Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+. We have no previous leaks of the devices, so we are just going to wait for some more rumours and leaks to do justice to this video.

From the renders, there are some interesting points to pick-up.

There have been conflicting rumors regarding Samsung removing physical buttons from the Note 10, so it wouldn't be unlikely for this to be the case. Or they will be, once the Note 10 arrives. Keep in mind though that the Note 10 is a hair bigger or smaller, depending on what size you buy.

Remember the Samsung Galaxy S10 front camera zoomed in issue while using apps like Snapchat?

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They both have ultrasonic fingerprint sensors inside the screen, instead of around back.

Snapchatters on Samsung Galaxy S10 phones are now complaining of a weird black bar showing at the bottom of the device's screen. Not only has Samsung added a third camera to match the S10, but the entire array has been shifted over to the top-left corner of the back of the phone. Last year, the hero colour for the Galaxy Note9 is Ocean Blue and it comes with a contrasting yellow S Pen stylus.

Though Samsung manufactures the 48 MP Samsung GM-1 sensor, which is used on the Redmi Note 7S, the company has not yet launched a device with a 48 MP camera sensor. There doesn't appear to be a dedicated Bixby button like on past models. The Galaxy S10 still has a 3.5mm headphone port. In a nutshell, we particularly like the way the front of the device looks.