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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro renders emerge: No Bixby button or 3.5mm port here either (Latest version)


We have our first obvious look at the Galaxy Note 10 on Monday courtesy of reliable tipster OnLeaks. Now the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro model has also leaked.

The new liver via OnLeaks and Price Baby, shows a phone that is basically similar to what appears to show the standard Galaxy Note 10. This means a middle punch hole camera, for one, compared to the top right corner in the Galaxy S10 series. Not this phone or the vanilla Note 10 looks like dual selfie cameras like the Galaxy S10 Plus.

We also don't see a Bixby button here, nor do we see a 3.5mm top or bottom port. Instead, the lower host only features a USB-C port, S-Pen slot, and speaker grille. The lack of a 3.5mm port here suggests that Samsung is 100 percent committed to beating the standard later this year, which users can probably buy for sale Galaxy Buds farm.


A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro delivers two front and rear devices.
A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro delivers with the device face down.

There are some differences between this liver and the vanilla Note 10 liver. Both phones offer a vertically stacked triple back room setup, but it seems the Pro model also offers an additional camera just outside the main camera housing. Hopefully Samsung will accept normal, wide and tele-sensors at least for maximum flexibility.

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The tipster also reports that the phone will have a 6.75-inch screen, claiming that the standard model's screen is 6.3 inches. Larger screens are usually bigger batteries, so hopefully the Galaxy Note 10 Pro offers more juice than the standard model if it's really accurate.

We expect Samsung's Pro model & # 39; s Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 chipset to store at least 128GB, and & # 39; an in-display fingerprint sensor. What do you want to see from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro? Sounds in the comments below!

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