Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ new renderings show the design of both devices that leave little room for imagination.
The Galaxy Note 10+ is presented in a more subdued white color while the standard Galaxy Note 10 seems to show off a Prism White gradient color, to which surely the black color will also be added. Finally, it seems that the company has listened to users by removing the Bixby button, which will surely be activated in some other way, perhaps with a double click on the power button.
Unfortunately, there is also some bad news given that Samsung seems to have decided to remove the 3.5 mm audio jack for headphones, but in the back, appears an infrared sensor to control other devices, a very convenient addition.
Overall, Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are very similar in design, in fact, the only differences are in the size and configuration of the rear camera, triple for both, with the addition of a Time-of-Flight sensor (ToF ) under the LED flash in the Plus model.
Both models have a hole in the central part of the display that will house the front camera, while the frames around the display seem to be very small indeed on both models.
Only a little over a month before the official presentation, in which Samsung will officially announce Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ on August 7th in New York City.