Today, via TechTalkTV, we have our first supposed real-life images of what appears to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. If the photos are legitimate, they suggest that Samsung will stick with the “Plus” moniker for its flagship lines rather than use the “Pro” moniker some leaks suggested over the past few months.
The photos of the device themselves line up very nicely with the leaks we’ve seen so far, with an Infinity-O display, a triple-lens camera on the back, and enormous size.
Check out the photos and a brief YouTube video below:
According to the YouTube video, these images came from a TechTalkTV fan, who sent them to the organization via Instagram. As such, these images should be viewed very skeptically.
That being said, these supposed Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus images do look pretty much how we expect the device to look based on the renders and leaks we’ve already published. The biggest apparent difference between the Note 10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10 line is that the front-facing selfie camera display cutout is in the center of the device rather than to the right. There is also just one front camera as opposed to the two you find on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and the Galaxy S10 5G.
Inside, the device could support 5G connections as well as have tons of RAM and internal storage. Of course, we can’t conclude on any of that based on these photos.
The photographer also neglected to take a photo of the phone’s ports, so we can’t confirm if there is or isn’t a headphone jack. Chances are good, though, that the beloved port is missing.
What do you think? Are these pics legit? Do they get you excited for the launch of the Note 10 in a few weeks? Let us know in the comments.
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