The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus have reportedly been revealed in leaked images. In a bid to enable Ethereum functionalities into the latest designs of the Galaxy S-series, Note-series, A-series, and the Galaxy Fold franchise, the Smartphone merchandise discloses that there are future plans in place to extend these decentralized features to its budget phones in the queue. Plus, the company is also expected to introduce a three-stage variable aperture system on the device, so that'd work out pretty well. Not much is differing from what we've seen before, but this is easily our best look yet at the device. While COSMEE is a mobile-based beauty social media platform, Enjin is a cryptocurrency wallet that will be installed in Samsung Galaxy S10.
As you can see in the above images, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is going to have two variants, Black and Silver, something, you can say that we didn't know previously.
There have been conflicting rumors regarding Samsung removing physical buttons from the Note 10, so it wouldn't be unlikely for this to be the case. The front is nearly ALL screen on either phone. Not only has Samsung added a third camera to match the S10, but the entire array has been shifted over to the top-left corner of the back of the phone.
I'll be the first to tell you, this is a very sexy device. Both models are ditching the dedicated key for the Bixby smart assistant which some will argue is a good thing.
It'll still look unquestionably like a Samsung Galaxy Note device, with the slide-out S-Pen stylus and all.
Galaxy S9 (Review) users took to the Sammobile forums to voice their concern, but even that staff at Sammobiles has reported that this issue is present on the Galaxy Note 9 too, running the June update. Similarly, the Note 10 will also be the first Note device to ship without a 3.5mm headphone jack.