Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Dimensions Confirmed by FCC Certification


Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and the regular Note 10 images are already known. However, the latter model was spotted much more frequently. Now, new photos of the Galaxy Note 10+ have come to light through the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

According to the pictures, Samsung also relies on a punch-hole front camera, ie a design in which the front camera virtually looks like it has been punched out of the display. This sits in the middle of the top of the screen. On the back, you can see unsurprisingly, as in previous leaks a triple camera with an additional depth sensor.

Besides, it looks like Samsung is going to skip the headphone jack as well, as it will probably be the same on the Galaxy Note 10+ as the dedicated Bixby button. One does not recognize a physical fingerprint scanner so that the sensor probably should be integrated directly into the screen.

Of course, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will also be served via an S Pen. As dimensions of the smartphone are called 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9 mm. No, a compact device will not be the 10+ grade. But this model series of South Koreans have not always been.

Wi-Fi 802.11 ax, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G LTE and Co. are already being used as interfaces. 5G will probably not support the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ shown. Although it is of course very possible that Samsung is still a 5G version of the smartphone – as happened with the Galaxy S10.

Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 10+ together with the regular Note 10 on August 7, 2019. On the same day, the new smartwatches and the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet can show.

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