We've been looking at Galaxy Note 10 leaks for a while now while trying to tell what's real or not. Soon, this'll come to an end as Samsung officially announced that the reveal for the next Galaxy device is going to be at the 7th of August!

The Teaser

https://youtu.be/7TzMnJhgwww

This is the video that Samsung posted a couple of days ago. It showcases the S-Pen drawing a sort of line with multiple colors and finishing with a single camera. The video then finishes by saying that the next Galaxy reveal is going to be at the 7th of August.

We can pretty much safely assume that this next Galaxy device is the Note 10. After all, this is all we're waiting for right now and there have been various leaks online about it.

Leaving that aside, some people are also wondering what this multi-layered color line in the beginning of the teaser means. Could it be that we'll get a gradient color option? Who knows? Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

Everything We Know About The Note 10

Note 10

This is a sort of concept design that Let's Go Digital has created according to all the rumors that we've gathered till now. Just make a couple of exceptions:

  1. Headphone jack is actually going to be there
  2. And next to the camera is only going to be the LED flesh and a 4th sensor on the more expensive variant

First of all, as we've learned on our last set of leaks, contradictory to the other rumors, both of the Note 10 variants are going to come with a headphone jack. Kudos to Samsung for that.

And yes. As far as we know, there are going to be two variants. Most likely a base model and a Pro version.

As for their differences? All we know for now is that the Pro variant is likely to come equipped with an additional camera sensor on the back and a Micro SD card slot. Yes, you've read that right. According to our sources, the base model isn't going to support extendable memory.

We suppose that even the cheapest version is going to come with at least 64 or 128 gigs of storage. But, some people are going to be pissed about the lack of SD storage for sure.

One thing that's expected to remain more or less the same is the S-Pen.

Cameras, Notch, And Buttons

Starting with the cameras, both variants are going to come with a single selfie camera on the front. Rumor has it that it's going to be another version of the Infinity-O display - just like the one that the S10 series has. A sort of notch.

But, instead of staying on the corners of the screen, it'll be right in the top-center.

On the back, the base model is going to have a triple, vertical camera setup while the Pro variant will have one more sensor below the LED flash. We're "assuming" that those sensors are going to be:

  1. Main camera
  2. Telephoto lens
  3. Ultrawide lens
  4. TOF 3D sensor for the Pro variant

Again, we're only making assumptions here. So, take that info with a grain of salt.

Last, but not least, the button positioning is moving from the right side of the phone to the left. The rumors are saying that pretty much every button will be on the left, but, who knows? The positioning is kinda weird.

After all, most of us are using our thumb for pretty much all the buttons. This is not a big deal and most likely something that we can all get used to. But, we can't see why this change was necessary in the first place. You know what they say: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"

That's all we've got for now. If anything else comes up that's important, and we assume that it will, then we'll keep you updated. Till then, stay tuned!

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