Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Poses In New Renders, Rumors Point To 1TB Max Storage

The cat is pretty much out of the bag when it comes to Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship Android smartphone. We’ve seen renders of the smartphone from all angles, which seemingly confirm that the device has axed its 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of USB-C.

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Today, we’re being graced with what appears to be new official renders of the Galaxy Note 10. We’re seeing the device from multiple angles posing with its S Pen stylus, and it’s an overall rather reserved design. From the front, there’s a single centrally-mounted selfie camera (which is interesting considering that the Galaxy S10 family can be had with dual cameras up front), while out back there is a triple-camera arrangement. Affixed beside the rear camera pod is a circular LED flash. 

When looked at from the side, we can see that the display slightly curves around to blend into the smartphone’s frame, while the back glass performs a similar ballet. These latest renders show the device in both black and a sorta or iridescent finish that changes colors depending on which angle you look at it.

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In other news, we’re getting word on what storage configurations will be available when the Galaxy Note 10 launches next month. Samsung’s new flagship is said to match the Galaxy S10+ when it comes to maximum storage. That means that we’re looking at 256GB, 512GB and 1TB versions – at least for the Galaxy Note 10 5G. There’s no word yet on what storage options will be available on the lesser 4G LTE versions.

Whatever the case, expect to pay through the nose for the Galaxy Note 10 5G 1TB model. The Galaxy S10+ 1TB retails for $1,599, so Samsung’s new flagship is sure to surpass that high watermark.

We’re expecting two screen sizes for the Galaxy Note 10 – 6.3 inches and 6.75 inches – along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, and a 4,500 mAh battery. Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Note 10 family in NYC on August 7th.

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