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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Renders Allegedly Leaked By Samsung

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 has been out for quite a while now and the phone has been performing excellently. Despite strong competition, the punch hole design display along with various innovations prove to be worth the wait. However, Samsung is known to lead with the Galaxy Note lineup along with the S series. This year would mark the 10th Galaxy Note having a decent upgrade over the Galaxy S10.

The device in the picture shows a Note smartphone most probably the Note 10 with an insane bezel size and an absolute minimal chin as compared to the Galaxy S10. Moreover, the phone retains the Note DNA with the classic S Pen inside the bottom slot beside the USB-C connector and a headphone jack.

The following render was recently leaked on twitter allegedly by Samsung itself and has been circling the web. The rendered image shows what seems to be a Galaxy Note series smartphone alongside a Galaxy Fit wrist band. While this may be an advert for the versatility of the Galaxy Fit, the inclusion of the Galaxy Note device having a different approach is worth noticing.

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While even the hints of the phone are a healthy few months away, rumours have already started pouring out about the device. The Note series is known to house better specs and beefier internals with a hefty price tag to ensure an overall quality device and we expect the Note 10 to take it up a notch.

Samsung recently has been experimenting a lot with the Galaxy A series smartphones and showcased devices getting rid of the notch and even the punch hole notch. The render here only shows the bottom half of the Galaxy Note 10 therefore not much could be said about the top half of the device. It seems likely that the phone is to rock a standard circular notch up top but given how the competition has caught up not much could be said.

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