Latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Leak Shows Amazing Screen To Body Ratio Dimensions
A new leak by Ice Universe is showing off what is claimed to be a rendering of the coming Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The rendering highlights the thin bezels that Samsung has used on the device to give it a high screen-to-body ratio. The leaker claims that based on renderings, the side bezels are 1.5mm thick with a top bezel of 2.0mm, chin bezel of 3.7mm, and a hole in the screen for the front camera that is 4.2mm in diameter.
The thin bezels all around give the Galaxy Note 10+ a screen-to-body ratio of 92.5%. The new renders aren't the only images we have seen of the Note 10 series of smartphones. What are thought to be official renderings of the Note 10 leaked earlier this month along with some rumors on hardware.
Galaxy Note10+ data based on renderings: Bezel: 1.5mm, Forehead: 2mm, chin: 3.7mm, the above data includes metal frame, Hole diameter: 4.2mm, Screen-to-body Ratio: 92.5%— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 26, 2019
Thanks to the clear renderings provided by @ishanagarwal24 pic.twitter.com/hVjOxvbqzr
Hardware rumors suggest that Samsung has killed the 3.5mm headphone port in favor of USB-C. The Galaxy Note 10 has a single front camera and three rear cameras on the back. Renders have shown off two colors with one in basic black and another in a color-changing iridescent finish. There are rumored to be three storage options including 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB versions for the Galaxy Note 10 5G.
Higher storage levels are good because the microSD card slot is rumored to have been discontinued. The SoC is expected to be the Snapdragon 855 Plus for all versions of the device. The screen on the Galaxy Note 10 is tipped at 6.3-inches with the Galaxy Note 10+ offering a 6.75-inch screen; both screens wrap around the edges of the smartphone.
One of the more questionable leaks suggests that the Galaxy Note 10+ will have 12GB of RAM and that the smaller Galaxy Note 10 will offer only a 1080p display. The launch of the devices will happen on August 7 along with the launch of the Galaxy Active 2 smartwatch and the Galaxy Tab S6.