Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G Flagship Looks Sweet In These New Renders

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
It will not be too terribly long before Samsung officially introduces its Galaxy Note 10 lineup, presumably with similar hardware to its existing Galaxy S10 family. We are also expecting that one of the models will include a 5G radio. As for what that particular handset will look like, some new renders potentially give us an idea.

Before we get to that, let's talk a bit about the Galaxy Note 10, and our expectations. The Galaxy Note series is a flagship product line, and as such, the next-gen lineup will most likely roll off the lot with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in tow for the US models, and a Exynos 9820 chip for most of the international variants.

It has also been rumored that the Galaxy Note 10 launch will adopt the same strategy as the Galaxy S10 lineup, meaning there could be multiple models, ranging from the Galaxy Note 10e to the Galaxy Note 10 5G (or Galaxy Note 10 Pro).

We have also heard rumors of there being two displays sizes, which would be a first for the Galaxy Note series. One is said to be a smaller variant with a 6.28-inch screen, and the other is said to wield a larger 6.75-inch display. Both could potentially be made available with and without 5G support.

The folks at LetsGoDigital posted a handful of renders, one of which is at the top of this article. It's a sleek conception for sure. It also appears as though the site drew its inspiration from some early case designs that can be found on MobileFun. The cases are available to preorder, ranging in price from $5.49 to $13.99.

Not a whole lot is revealed in the renders, though we can see a full front display on the front and a triple camera arrangement on the back. Since the the Galaxy S10 has an in-display fingerprint reader, we imagine that feature will also find its way to the Galaxy Note 10.

If the past is any indication, the Galaxy Note 10 will make an official reveal in August.

Thumbnail/Top Image Source: LetsGoDigital
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