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Leaked Galaxy Note 10+ | Photo Credit: TechTalkTV

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Leaked Image Shows Centered Hole-Punch Design

The much rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be called Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

There have been some rumours running here and there regarding the new Samsung Galaxy Note device and just recently a few hands-on images have popped up online revealing some key details. There were some claims about a Galaxy Note 10 Pro device but now we will see a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ variant along with the regular Samsung Galaxy Note 10. This falls perfectly with the Samsung Galaxy S10+ launched along the regular Samsung Galaxy S10.

This rumours came in from Youtube’s TechTalkTV who posted three photos online. These hands-on images reveal a punch hole cutout for the selfie shooter along with the name of the device as Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. This is where the name became quite clear. Unlike the punch hole camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10 on the right top hand side, we see a centre hole implementation here on the Note 10+. It definitely will be the Infinity O AMOLED display seen on previous Samsung devices.

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A blurry pic of the rear reveals a vertical camera setup with maybe three cameras. It can’t be said for sure that there are just the three cameras but it is what looks so. The source, however, says that this device will sport quad rear cameras. I guess we will have to wait and see for ourselves as to how it all works out.

There is also a ToF(Time of Flight) sensor along with the LED flash on this new upcoming offering from Samsung.

There is no official news about this device so far from Samsung but a Note device at this time seems like the Samsung move. A note device after the S series phone is quite a given in case of Samsung. Now if this indeed becomes the possibility, we will most probably see a price tag of around 1000$ to 1200$. This can be speculated based on Samsung’s previous devices price tag assessment.

About Sagar Choudhury

He is a journalist at DealNTech. He writes on general Android related tech news. He contributes in other categories too. He was working for many other publications. Now a proud member of DealNTech team. He is also a good programmer and web designer. Email: sagar@dealntech.com

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