It shouldn’t surprise anyone that we’re continuing to see leaks with information about the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 devices. The latest are images showing screen protectors for the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro models side by side.

We’ve already been treated to the knowledge that the likely sizes are 6.28″ and 6.75″. The image gives some context into the actual difference between the two and the Pro is a beast!

There is some conflicting information floating around about the selfie setups. IceUniverse, who originally provided the above image also suggested that the following leak/image is more accurate than others showing a cutout in the screen protector.

Yesterday’s leaks with the case renders showed a fair amount of detail around the connectivity ports on the devices, but also what appears to be a cutout for a pop up selfie camera. In saying that those who have purchased early cases from AliExpress know that these can often be wrong.

So where do we put our weight? At this stage we are treating all leaks and rumours with a very large helping of salt. SamMobile have published an opinion piece detailing why they believe that the Note 10 and Pro will have a single camera selfie setups.

With the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro expected to have centred front camera cutouts, a dual camera setup is out of the question. However, the Galaxy Note 10 5G might have two front cameras, with the second one being a ToF (Time-of-Flight) sensor to enable background blur in videos and augmented reality experiences.

Given the post-capture image processing that phones are capable of in the current technology era, as long as your photo is okay to start with you can very easily turn it into something good. We’ll know for sure in a few weeks when the phones are officially launched by Samsung.

It’s all coming together now, let’s just have the phone please Samsung – the potential here is huge and I’m excited.

Source: SamMobile.
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Doesn’t help the AU dollar is weak now does it? Battery tech is the number one thing that holds any Li-Ion Phone back imo.