Unlike its Galaxy S10 phone which has its camera cutout placed at the upper right corner of the display, Samsung's upcoming flagship device may have its hole-punch camera moved to the center of the screen. A new leak claims to show just that along with other interesting details of the bigger model in the rumored Galaxy Note10 series.
The alleged real-world hands-on photos of the larger Galaxy Note10 that surfaced on Twitter today, courtesy of TechTalkTV, reveal a phablet with a centered camera cutout and very thin bezels. Also, as shown by its startup screen, the device will be called the Galaxy Note10+ instead of Galaxy Note10 Pro as previous rumors claimed.
Another interesting change that could come with the upcoming handset is the single front camera for the Plus model, unlike the dual selfie snapper on the Galaxy S10+. On the back, the Galaxy Note10+ could also feature a triple camera setup.
Of course, this model will likely form just a part of the whole Galaxy Note10 series, which may consist of four variants if an earlier report is to be believed.Samsung is expected to unveil the upcoming flagship devices on August 7. Previous rumors had it that the series won't be including a 3.5mm headphone jack, among other changes.