Other things revealed in the images include a view of the new S Pen and fans also get a glimpse of some of the updated colours that could be arriving on the Note 10. The images also suggest no traditional 3.5mm headphone jack for the Galaxy Note 10.
It remains to be seen whether or not users will prefer this design to the previously-noted alternatives, but it's certainly a bold choice.
First the design. The Galaxy 10 looks to employ the same design language as the Galaxy S 10, which look awesome by the way. The images leave nothing about the design to the imagination - we finally have a full look at the company's new Galaxy models.
The cat is pretty much out of the bag when it comes to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship Android smartphone. But here's the weird part, the button under the volume rockers is usually the Bixby button, so Samsung may have moved the power button to the left, or simply gotten rid of the power button which would be...uh, nonsensical. The standard (or small, as some are calling it) Galaxy Note 10 is said to pack a 6.3-inch display while the Plus variant is said to stretch the boundaries to 6.7 inches!
Samsung is widely expected to introduce two Galaxy Note 10 models this year - Galaxy Note 10e and Galaxy Note 10 Pro. A physical fingerprint scanner is missing on both devices because they will come with an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner like the S10 series. According to the FCC, the larger of two Note 10 models will measure in at 162.5 millimeters across and 77.6 millimeters tall. As far as the pricing is concerned, the base 256GB storage model of the Galaxy Note 10 could cost Euro 999 (Rs 77,100), as per the same source. As always, T3 will have all the news from Galaxy Unpacked as it happens, to stay tuned for the latest on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.