Neither Jack nor Bixby button, the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is confirmed

Neither Jack nor Bixby button, the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is confirmed

We have already seen a lot of images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for several months. However, most of them were from 3D renders and not from real shots of the camera. Finally, it is photos posted online by the American Communications Commission that this time make it possible to discover the smartphone.

In a few weeks, at the beginning of August, Samsung will officially introduce its new high-end smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. A presentation that should not be surprising given the many leaks about the device in recent weeks.

In addition to its features, many visuals of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have already leaked in recent weeks, first with CAD renderings, then with press releases this week. It should also be noted that the smartphone was also photographed - in its Plus version - with pictures published by the TeckTalkTV channel. In short, this is the cycle of all the leaks and rumours in the smartphone industry. Logically, it is therefore the turn of the certification to appear before the officialization.

A large 6.7-inch screen


The FCC, the American Communications Commission, has posted some photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ on its website. As reported on the XDA Developers website, the American administration seems to confirm the design of the camera thanks to three shots that allow you to discover its design, but also its format.

A Galaxy Note 10 Plus with a 6.7-inch screen, 162.5 mm high and 77.6 mm wide can be found. The photos also confirm the design seen so far with three main photo sensors on the back and a fourth remote sensor - probably a 3D TOF sensor. On the front, the selfy camera seems to be well positioned in a bubble at the top middle of the screen, and not on the right as on the Galaxy S10.

No 5G expected on the classic Galaxy Note 10+


In addition, the files uploaded by the FCC show that the Galaxy Note 10+ will indeed be compatible with Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5 GHz, Bluetooth 5.0 LE and compatible with 4G, but not with 5G frequency bands. It is not yet known whether Samsung plans to market a 5G model as the manufacturer has done with the Galaxy S10.

More information about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will be available at their official presentation. This will take place on August 7. In the meantime, feel free to consult our complete file on Samsung's next two smartphones.

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