Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Case Leak Indicates No Bixby Button And Headphone Jack

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Alleged Cases
Photo Credit Twitter@Sudhanshu1414

 Since we have a reasonable idea of when the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is unveiling, we're beginning to see increasingly solid leaks and rumours tidbits. The most recent one comes as a silicone case, which supposedly belongs to the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. If this is close to accuracy, then it affirms that the past leaks that suggested the Galaxy Note 10 would have a vertical, triple camera setup at the back.



The live pictures were tweeted by leakster Sudhanshu Ambhore (@Sudhanshu1414), which demonstrates a case for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. The pictures are claimed to be "real life" cases of the up and coming smartphones and keeping in mind that Ambhore hasn't shared any extra data, the pictures disclose to us a great deal about what we can anticipate from the new smartphones.

Other than the difference in screen/display size on the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro, the back camera components also appear to be changed. The Galaxy Note 10 just has a single round cutout for the Flash where as the Pro model has a more longer one, pill-like cut-out. This could show extra sensors, for example, a laser sensor or the pulse sensor. The case for the Pro model is additionally showed from different angels, which offer us a look at the button lay-out and ports. 


Galaxy Note 10 Alleged Case
Photo Credit Twitter@Sudhanshu1414
The one thing that is prominently absent is the Bixby catch. This would make it the first Samsung flagship in recent years to exclude Bixby. However, if you look a more diminutive closer to the area at the base left half of the case, there you can see a little bump, probably for a dedicated camera buttom. Except if Samsung has repositioned the Bixby buttom towards the base, which doesn't appear to be logical, this would in all likelihood be a buttom for the camera shutter. The case for the standard Galaxy Note 10 also appears to have this little bump at the bottom.



Taking a look at the cutouts for the ports, there are two of them on the top, which are said to be for an IR blaster and one for the mirco-phone, which means the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will,eventually, bid farewell to the earphone jack. The cutout at the base are for the S Pen dock, a speaker grille, the USB Type-C port and the mirco-phone. Excluding the earphone jack is not a big deal if you ask us, however it will take at some time
 to become accustomed to not having it on a Samsung flagship. It's yet to be seen whether Samsung will in any case support microSD cards in its up and coming flagship. 

Samsung is rumored to launch the Galaxy Note 10 in late-August and is tipped to come in two different screen sizes — a 6.4-inch display for the standard model and a 6.75-inch display on the Pro model. It ought to be powered by a Snapdragon 855 SoC in some market-place, while others like India would get the Exynos 9820 variation. The gadget could also accompany the more up to date UFS 3.0 flash storage, up to 12GB of RAM, and up to a 4,500mAh battery.

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