As we are just weeks away from Samsung’s official announcement of Galaxy Note10+, rumors and leaks are coming out on a regular basis to give us glimpses the upcoming smartphone. If a latest leak on Twitter is anything to go by, then Samsung is set to put the hole punch camera in the top center of Galaxy note 10+’s screen.
The alleged real-life images of Galaxy Note10+ was shared by TechTalkTV on Twitter and gave us some interesting details of the rumored phablet. As mentioned earlier, the device will feature a centered camera along with thin bezels. Moreover, although earlier rumors claimed that the upcoming device will be called Galaxy Note10 Pro, the boot screen shared in the images shows that the phablet will be called Galaxy Note10+ instead. Apart from this, the phone will feature a single front camera instead of dual camera mode found in other flagship Samsung devices. On the other hand, the Note10+ will feature a triple camera setup on the back according to the images.
While we will have to wait to see if the latest leaked images are accurate, it’s likely that the smartphone is just part of different variants as Samsung is known for releasing different smartphones in different markets. This latest leak comes as recently reports suggested that Samsung is ready to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack from the smartphone. As Samsung is likely to unveil the smartphone on August 7, more details of the smartphone are likely to come out as we get closer to the event. You can check out TechTalkTV’s latest tweet below.
— TechTalkTV (@Mr_TechTalkTV) June 28, 2019