A leaked press image from MySmartPrice had surfaced and implies that the upcoming Galaxy Note may be released with the following features:
Quad-camera setup (as compared to the Galaxy S10+ currently sporting a tri-camera configuration). The Note 10+’s fourth camera will feature a depth-measuring ToF (time-of-flight) camera.
With no physical fingerprint in sight, the Note 10+ will feature the Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic in-screen sensor.
The 3.5mm audio jack will also be missing, alongside other straightforward changes such as a punch-hole front camera located top centre of the screen.
Specs include a rumored 6.75-inch S-AMOLED Display panel and the Exynos 9825 processor (Snapdragon 855 in other countries) with at least 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The press renders also imply a set of newer gradient colors that seems to be some shades darker than the Galaxy S10 series as well.
Other notable rumors (Please be true if not better) would be a big 4500mAh battery with 25W adaptive fast charging.
With the official unveiling this coming August 7th, we have our fingers crossed on the Note 10 series making an impressing impact the same way the Note 9 did.