Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro leaks, updates, launch date!

Everything we know till now related to the Galaxy Note 10 series!

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 last year. It is expected that the company will also launch Galaxy Note 10 in the same month this year. Now news from the Korean media suggests that Samsung will officially release the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro on August 10 this year.

However, this year Samsung will launch two Galaxy Note phones: Note 10 and the Pro version. Recently, the renderings of Note 10 and Note 10 Pro have also surfaced on the Internet. These renders confirmed that both the smartphones have similar designs, except that the Pro model has a slightly larger screen and an additional camera on the back.

In addition, these renderings further confirm the rumours that Samsung will give up the Galaxy Note series 3.5 mm headphone jack. This is a piece of really sad news for many users. It seems that the dedicated Bixby buttons that have been questioned in the past have also been cancelled by Samsung.

The Galaxy Note 9, which was launched on August 9 last year, began sales on August 24th. So this time Samsung may start selling the Note 10 series on August 25.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series hardware details

Recently, new leaks on SlashLeaks pointed towards the protective case renders of Samsung Galaxy Note 10. According to the renders, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is set to have triple cameras at the back, and the front has a single hole punch camera which is centrally aligned.

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samsung galaxy note 10 protective case leaks

In summary, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 includes a total of three cameras. According to rumours, the camera is the same as the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, meaning it will be equipped with a 12-megapixel variable aperture lens, a wide-angle lens, and a 2x optical zoom lens.

For display, the Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch AMOLED panel with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Unsurprisingly, the machine has a hole punch design. But unlike the Galaxy S10, a single 10-megapixel self-camera is in the centre and not in the corner. In addition, the size of the punch-hole seems to be smaller.

samsung galaxy note 10 pro onleaks render
New renders by OnLeaks in collaboration with PriceBaba!

There is a speaker at the bottom of the aluminium frame, a USB-C port, and of course the most important S Pen. However, there are no signs of a headphone jack. At the top of the phone, Samsung seems to have added an infrared emitter.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 pro charging details

According to foreign publications, some time ago Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) broke a news on Twitter that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro will be equipped with 45W fast charge. However, this news was rejected by a person from XDA Max Weinbach on Twitter.


Max Weinbach said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will offer 25 W charging instead of 45 W. The tweet also said that Samsung will launch a Samsung Galaxy phone with a 45 W fast charge, which is just a mid-range Galaxy A90.

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Max Weinbach did not mention the fast charging standard of Samsung Galaxy Note 10. I don’t know if it is 15W fast charging like the Samsung Galaxy S10 or 25W fast charging like Note 10 Pro.

So, guys, these were all of the latest updates related to the Samsung Galaxy S10 series! Do subscribe to Inspire2Rise for more timely updates related to the same! And do comment down below what you really think about the Note 10 line up till now!

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