Top Galaxy Note 10 Feature Accidentally Teased by Samsung

Yolanda Curtis
July 10, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will undoubtedly be the biggest flagship Android handset of the second half of 2019, but in many ways, it lacks groundbreaking features which make other competing devices great, like super-fast charging, completely full-bleed screens or really innovative cameras such as recent Huawei flagship handsets.

While we know nearly everything about the Galaxy Note 10 already, there are still several mysteries surrounding the screen sizes, cameras, names and more.

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.


While the camera zoomed in problem on Samsung Galaxy S10 devices awaits a fix, going by the information shared by Snapchat support on their official website, this glitch isn't limited to Samsung phones.

There are a wide variety of significant design changes in store for the Galaxy Note 10. Both phones will also reportedly be available in 4G LTE and 5G versions. Keep in mind though that the Note 10 is a hair bigger or smaller, depending on what size you buy. I love the symmetry of the frontside, plus I'm sure that the camera setup on back will be solid. The front is nearly ALL screen on either phone.

Snapchatters on Samsung Galaxy S10 phones are now complaining of a weird black bar showing at the bottom of the device's screen. The Silver model also comes with a blue S Pen. But these two devices are very similar.


Earlier this month, Samsung began rolling out the June security update to the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 series, which also added new features such as some camera improvements and the inclusion of a dedicated Night mode in the camera app.

It was only a matter of time before the official Galaxy Note 10 renders were leaked. One thing that none of them are expected to include, though, is a 3.5mm headphone jack. Not much is differing from what we've seen before, but this is easily our best look yet at the device.


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