Samsung new flagship model Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled on August 7. A new concept video on YouTube shows the most striking-looking renders of Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone we have seen so far.
The designer, Waqar Khan from India has done a very convincing job in showing the details of new Galaxy Note 10’s design. The design seems to be a marked improvement over the Galaxy Note 9.
The most visible difference is the Infinity-O display. It features a small front camera cutout up top in the centre of the screen.
The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have a “punch hole,” too, but it’s in the top right corner of the screen. Samsung wants to reduce the size of bezels and this new design certainly does the trick.
On the back, the phone features a triple-lens camera for the Galaxy Note 10, which lines up with the rumors.
Samsung’s phones are expected to feature a standard cameras, a telephoto zoom and an ultra-wide lens. However, Galaxy Note 10+, is rumored to have a fourth lens or time-of-flight (ToF) sensor. This will create a more eye-catchy bokeh effect, improve performance in augmented reality apps and games.
The S Pen, the most prominent feature of Note 10 is expected to have new air command gestures and ability to produce sounds when you are working. The sounds may include highlighter sound when you are writing.
We are not sure about the final color options and also the price. It would be interesting to see what Samsung unveils at the official launch.
Via: Toms Guide