We just discovered a huge Galaxy Note 10 leak and you may not like it. Some of you, at least. Apparently, Samsung's next flagship is going to have another notch. But, this time, it's going to be at the center. Let's take a look at it!

Note 10: Another Infinity-O Display

Note 10

So, apparently, this is the new Note 10. And as you can see, it comes with a notch; or as Samsung likes to call it: Infinity O-Display... Was it?

In case you are not familiar with it, the Infinity-O display was first introduced with the Galaxy S10 series where the circular notch resides on the top right corner of the screen.

Even before the S10, there was an announcement regarding the Infinity series. But, at that point in time, we didn't know if Samsung was going to use that design on their phones or if they were simply planning on selling those displays to other manufacturers.

Lots of people were displeased with the notch and it seems like the Note 10 will be using the same concept. Except, this time, the circular notch resides on the middle top of the screen - not on the top right.

Note 10

Apart from that, looking at the back of the phone, we can see a triple camera setup with an LED flash. While we don't have any info on what those cameras are, our bet is on:

  1. Main camera
  2. Wide-angle lens
  3. Telephoto

Other than that, no fingerprint scanner is anywhere to be seen. So, we assume that in-display scanners are eventually going to become the new standard.

No Headphone Jack?

Note 10

Looking at the bottom of the device, the only thing that we can see is the speaker, charging port, and maybe a slot for the S-Pen? There's no headphone jack to be seen anywhere.

Is that a good thing? A bad thing? Depends on how you look at it. More flagships with no headphone jack means that both consumers and manufacturers are forced towards adopting wireless solutions - which is supposed to be the future.

On the other hand, those of us who own traditional headphones or headsets will eventually be forced to ditch them. So, depends on how you look at it. Having an option in the first place would be nice, though.

What do you think about this leak? Pleased? Displeased? Let us know in the comments.

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SOURCES: SAM MOBILE

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