• Definitely Maybe: An Early Peek at Samsung's Galaxy Note10



    Twitter leaker Steve H. McFly—aka @OnLeaks—has once again teamed up with Indian tech blog 91mobiles to give us an early look at what they're claiming is the Samsung Galaxy Note10. Shame about that forehead and chin.

    Rumoured specs are as follows:

    6.3 inch Infinity O display @ 1440 x 3040 pixels
    Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 processor
    Up to 12 GB RAM
    3 rear cameras
    Hole-punch selfie cam
    In-display fingerprint sensor (likely ultrasonic)
    Android 9 Pie
    151 x 72 x 7.9 mm

    Reportedly missing from this year's Note is a dedicated Bixby button (yay) and a 3.5 mm headphone jack (boo). There's also mention of a new Pro variant, with upgraded specs:

    6.75 inch display
    4 rear cameras with ToF sensor
    UFS 3.0 storage
    45 W fast charging

    This latest iteration of the OG phablet is set for official unveiling on August 2nd, with a starting price of 71,900 INR—the equivalent of about $1400 CAD or $1050 USD. For more renders, plus 360-degree video, check the link immediately below.

    Source: 91mobiles.com

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