Leaked photos of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus reveal sleek all-screen design


SAMSUNG’S Galaxy Note 10 is just a few weeks away, and new leaked photos have all-but confirmed some of the huge phone’s key features.

Images reveal that a larger, “Plus” version of the Note 10 will release alongside a standard version, boasting a stylish all-screen display.


This photo purports to show the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ in the flesh[/caption]

The unverified pictures were tweeted by tech YouTuber TechTalkTV, who says they were sent to him by a loyal fan.

They show a large phone displaying a startup screen that indicates its model name: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.

Samsung is yet to even acknowledge the Note 10 or 10+ exist, but rumours suggest they’ll launch in early August.

If legitimate, the photos reveal the Plus version will come with a hole-punch selfie camera, much like March’s Galaxy S10 and S10+ phones.


The unverified photos give us our first look at the hotly-anticipated phone[/caption]

Unlike those phones, the Note 10+ will shift the camera to the centre of the display, instead of off-set.

A separate photo shows the back of the phone, confirming previous whispers that the new Notes will come with a triple-camera array.

That’ll be aligned along the top left edge of the phone’s rear.

Samsung’s Note gizmos are a cross between a phone and a tablet.

The South Korean tech titan is expected to reveal the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ on August 7 at an event in Brooklyn, New York.

If previous releases are anything to go by, the Note 10 will be a larger gadget with similar specs to the S10, costing around £1,000.


The view we get of the phone is far from fantastic. If you squint your eyes, you may be able to spot a triple camera array in the top left corner of the phone’s rear[/caption]

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An artist’s impression of the Note 10, which will most likely launch in August[/caption]

Samsung hasn’t actually confirmed a release date or any new features for the Galaxy Note 10.

But the company has reliably produced a Note handset in late summer/early autumn for years, and there’s no reason why 2019 should be any different.

Regardless, we can’t verify that the newly leaked photos are real, so take them with a pinch of salt.

Samsung didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Samsung blowers not floating your boat? Read about Apple’s rumoured iPhone 11 instead.

If you need some snapping inspiration then check out Apple’s list of the best iPhone photos from around the world.

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