Leaks continue to trickle out on Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, with new renders revealing no Bixby button, no headphone jack, and a front hole punch camera.
As previously reported by ChannelNews, Samsung Note 10 was previously is tipped to feature no buttons or headphone jack.
However, these latest CAD renders, acquired by 91mobiles, reveal the retention of a volume and a power button.
There are rumours that a “Pro” version of the Note 10 will feature pressure sensitive buttons in the place of physical buttons.
The renders also reveal a USB-C port, a stylus port and a quad rear camera moved to the side as opposed to the middle as per the S10 series.
The leaks embolden previous reports that the Galaxy Note 10 will not update the camera from the S10 series, besides changing the camera’s front and rear locations including adding a hole-punch camera.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is expected to land in Australia with Exynos 9820 SoC, up to 12GB of RAM, Android 9 Pie, 45W fast-charging, and a 6.75-inch display.
Two variants fo the Galaxy Note 10 showed up on GeekBench this week, one with and one without 5G.