Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Fan-Made renders are here. Samsung is still planning to launch their two new flagships early in 2018 and here the well-known smartphone design tipster has shared some designs of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on his twitter profile.
Samsung is planning to launch it's Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in March 2018, which are the upcoming flagship smartphones from the Samsung. We all have seen so many leaks of that device out there on social websites and Samsung yet to say about the Galaxy Note 9.
Apart from this, Benjamin Geskin has shared his Samsung Galaxy Note 10 ideas on his Twitter profile and with that, he has also dropped a hint regarding its launch. He said the device will officially come in 2020. However, this is not anything mentioned in his tweet whether it is Galaxy Note 10 or not. He has only mentioned "2020". That means it is a 2020 phone on Samsung. As everytime Samsung does. Samsung will launch it's Galaxy S9 in the first half of 2018 and Note 9 in remaining another half of 2018. So Samsung Galaxy Note 10 should drop in the market in 2019. But it is too early to say anything about that.
The design really looks futuristic -- 2020 phone. This is the complete package having the 98% display on the front. With that the under-display fingerprint sensor on the front and the notch design on the top for the camera as well as other sensors and front speaker. We can expect this device with the under-display fingerprint sensor. That's because Samsung has already filed a patent of its own under-display fingerprint sensor technology. Even Samsung' next Note 9 device rumored to come with the under-screen fingerprint sensor. We can say this device as a Truly Bezel-less Phone.
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At the rear, the design shows a dual camera setup which is aligned in the vertical direction. The design similarly looks like the upcoming Galaxy S9 Plus if we remove the fingerprint sensor. Benjamin Geskin has tried to show it real in his design. He has shared many photos. Let's have a look on that.
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 5, 2018