According to 91mobiles and OnLeaks, which joined forces to break this news, these latest renders are based on leaked CAD files and show the smartphone from every angle. The most dominate feature of the smartphone is no doubt its display, which on this particular model measures 6.3 inches (there is also expected to be a larger 6.75-inch option). The AMOLED display reportedly has a resolution of 3040x1440 and supports HDR10+.
As in previous Galaxy Note devices and the current Galaxy S10/S10+ smartphones, the display features curved edges along the side and minimal bezels top and bottom. As we've seen in previous renders, there a single hole-punch cutout in the Infinity-O display for the selfie camera.
The renders seemingly confirm that the 3.5mm headphone jack has sadly been killed off, but we do still see physical controls for the volume rocker and power button. Previous reports had suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 would ditch buttons in favor of pressure sensitive or capacitive sections along the side of the body. We still have a few months to go before the smartphone is officially revealed, so maybe these conflicting rumors will be resolved shortly.
Unlike the Galaxy Note 9, there is no fingerprint reader on the back -- which is to be expected since Samsung has shifted to in-display biometrics -- and there's a triple camera setup on the back, left-hand side of the smartphone. An LED flash sits off by itself beside the vertically-aligned camera pod.
If our previous reporting is accurate, the Galaxy Note 10 will hit the U.S. market rocking a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, up to 12GB of RAM, copious amounts of UFS 3.0 internal storage, and optional 5G. Also expect 45W fast charging and a massive battery on the 6.75-inch model.