The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected next October, but today we have some first 3D renders and information. 3D renders released through PhoneArena certainly do not show the 100% device as it is but give us a first idea of how Samsung’s phablet could be externally.
Rumors want the Galaxy Note 10 to have a quadruple camera similar to the S10 5G that will be released later in the year. The four cameras consist of a 12 MP for main, 12MP telephoto with 2x optical zoom, 16MP wide-angle, and a 3D depth (which will help in 3D scanning, augmented reality as well as gesture controls).
Phablet may have the Infinity-O display we met on the Galaxy S10, unless Samsung manages to hack technology to hide front-facing cameras below the screen. So we expect the hole that came to be known for cameras to have a double layout unless Samsung decides to take it one step further by adding a third one.
But will the fingerprint scanner be below the screen? Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + incorporate fingerprints in the screen using ultrasound and the Galaxy Note 10 will probably adopt this technology.