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This is the Galaxy Note 10 Pro

Galaxy Note 10 Pro

Samsung is doing things differently this year, when it comes to the Galaxy Note 10. A series of reports said the company will launch two different Note 10 sizes this year, a first for the series, but a move that feels very familiar given that Samsung did the same thing with the Galaxy S10 phones. The new Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, however, won’t be replicas of the previous flagships, and we have renders based on leaked CAD designs to prove that. The same source that leaked the Galaxy Note 10 design earlier this week is back with similar renders for the Note 10 Pro.

Well-known leaker @OnLeaks partnered with PriceBaba for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro renders that follow below.

Image source: PriceBaba

The Note 10 Pro will be nearly identical to the Note 10, aside from a few differences. First of all the Galaxy Note 10 Pro is bigger in size, featuring a 6.75-inch Infinity-O display. That also means the phone will have a bigger battery.

The other difference concerns the primary camera, which features four lenses on the Pro, compared to just three on the Note 10. The extra shooter is a time-of-flight (ToF) camera similar to what’s available on the Galaxy S10 5G.

Image source: PriceBaba

But everything else stays the same. We have the same all-screen, all-glass design with curved front and rear edges. Tiny bezels flank the display at the top and bottom, and the hole-punch camera is placed in the middle, rather than on the side as it’s the case for the Galaxy S10. The rear camera is vertical and located on the top left corner.

Physical buttons are very much in the picture, including the power button and volume rockers on the left side of the phone. There’s no Bixby button on the Note 10 Pro and Note 10, and neither handset features a headphone jack.

Image source: PriceBaba

Finally, the fingerprint sensor is placed under the screen, and we’re probably looking at an ultrasonic sensor just like the Galaxy S10.

The two Galaxy Note 10 flavors will hit stores at some point in August, a few weeks after their official launch.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.