Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G variant leaked in a new render

Samsung is all set to launch Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ handsets at the Unpacked event scheduled for August 7 at New York City. Sure, there is not much that we don’t know about the handsets thanks to leaks and reports from reliable sources. Now as if that wasn’t already enough, we now have a render, courtesy of Android Headlines, featuring Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G model in all its glory.

The newly leaked render supposedly showcases a Galaxy Note 10+ from telecom operator Verizon and goes in line with what we’ve seen and heard about the device so far. Samsung is reportedly making some changes with the side keys layout, and this is visible in the latest leak as well. This means we’ll no longer have the power key on the right side of the device, it’s been moved to the left side just under the volume rocker and will potentially double as Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby button. You’ll probably have to long-press the button to activate Bixby, but it’s not been confirmed thus far.

The one featured in the render is a Prism white color variant, and we’ll likely see the handset released in multiple color variants including Lavender Purple, Prism White, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Aura White, Flamingo Pink, and more. Recapping on the specs, the Note 10+ will come with a large 6.8-inch screen with a display resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels and will be powered by Snapdragon 855+ along with 12GB RAM, 256/512GB storage, 4300mAh battery, 10MP front camera, and triple cameras (12MP+16MP+12MP) on the rear. Both variants will be available in 4G and 5G variants. If we are to go by what we see on the display of Note 10+ in the render, the 5G variant might just be available for purchase to the consumers starting from August 23.

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Source: Android Headlines

Chris Smith

Chris Smith

Chris Smith is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of News Exprezz. Prior to founding the news media outlet in 2015, he had written for popular technology-based websites including Tech Radar and Android Authority. Besides, he also has a degree in computer science from the University of Waterloo, Canada.

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