At the rear, there doesn't seem to be a fingerprint reader, which means that the Galaxy Note 10+ will use an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader, similar to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ (Review), and the Galaxy S10 5G.
There have been talks regarding the launch of the upgraded version of the Samsung Galaxy M30, aka, the Samsung Galaxy M30s in India with a slightly powerful processor compared to the Exynos 7904 in the Samsung Galaxy M30. Users have also exhausted "clearing data" of the camera app, which seems to fix this temporarily but it still throws the error every now and then.
Some users have noticed that this bug mostly occurs if your hand shakes when taking the shot or if there's a moving subject in the frame, like a passing vehicle.
That's not all - the same leaker followed up with another set of images for the long-rumored bigger, beefier version of the phone, which he calls the Galaxy Note 10 Plus (previously purported to be the Note 10 Pro). Basically, you'll have at least 5 flagship Galaxy devices to pick from with different screen sizes and price points, which is really important.
There have been conflicting rumors regarding Samsung removing physical buttons from the Note 10, so it wouldn't be unlikely for this to be the case. Keep in mind though that the Note 10 is a hair bigger or smaller, depending on what size you buy. It will have a single front camera with a centered hole. The front is nearly ALL screen on either phone. Around back, the three rear cameras have been reoriented to stand vertically along the top left side of the phone. Now if you're coming from a Note 9 a lot changed. The S-Pen for the Silver option comes in a royal blue. I shall reserve judgement for once we get it in-hand on August 10, though. Similarly, the Note 10 will also be the first Note device to ship without a 3.5mm headphone jack. The images leave nothing about the design to the imagination - we finally have a full look at the company's new Galaxy models.