Samsung Galaxy Note 10: All The Leaks And Rumours So Far

By Tegan Jones on at

We're still a couple of months out from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, but the leaks and rumours are already flowing.

We know they might not be 100% accurate, but we are also aware of how thirsty you lot are for the Note series. So here's what we've heard so far.

The majority of the info out in the wild so far comes from acclaimed leaker @OnLeaks. We'll update this article if and when more details leak.


Perhaps the most significant rumour so far is that the Note 10 may be the first device in the Note series to have a plus/pro edition, thus following in the footsteps of the S series.

The Plus version of the Note 10 will supposedly have a 6.75-inch display and will measure 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm. It's also said to be 8.55mm thick. C

Comparatively, the regular Note 10 will apparently be just 6.3-inches.

Both versions will likely have curved edges, an in-screen fingerprint sensors and an Infinity-0 (aka hole punch) display to house the front facing camera. Unlike the S10 series it seems that we will be getting a single hole that is located in the centre top of the device.

It has also been whispered that the dedicated Bixby button will be disappearing. In fact, there has been a rumour that there will be no physical buttons at all on the plus variant, but leaker Ice Universe has reportedly refuted that claim.


We don't have megapixel details as yet but it appears that the Note 10 may have a triple rear camera setup that will be vertically aligned down the left corner of the device (as opposed to horizontally across the centre like the S10 series).

An apparent case leak may also back up this claim:

The Pro versions is said to also be receiving a fourth Time of Flight lens.

As for the front-facing camera it will most likely be a single lens only.


When it comes to specs we know even less, but 91Mobiles has speculated that the Note 10 will come with a Snapdragon 855 provessor (or Exynos 9820 for us Aussies), 128GB storage, 6GB RAM and 45W fast-charging support.

Unsurprisingly, the devices will run on Android 9 out of the box.

@OnLeaks also partnered with PriceBaba to create some renders based on his alleged information - one of which is in the header image.

Image: PriceBaba

As always, it's important to take rumours and alleged leaks with a grain of salt. They may not end up being accurate but they sure are fun to follow in the lead up to a device launch.

We'll let you know when we hear more and will keep you posted with all the facts once the Galaxy Note 10 drops in August. [PriceBaba]

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