The First Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Images Have Leaked

The First Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Images Have Leaked

Concept Image: Ben Geskin

It looks like the internet has upped the ante when it comes to Note 10 leaks.

While we’ve seen a heap of info and renders so far, this appears to be the first actual imagery of a real life Galaxy Note 10.

Exciting stuff!

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This leak comes courtesy of TechTalkTV over on YouTube. They are claiming that these pictures were sent exclusively to them from a subscriber via Instagram.

The first thing that the images reveal is the name of the high end variant of the device on the boot screen. While the Note 10 Pro has been floated as a possibility up until now, these pictures ‘confirm’ that it will in fact be called the Note 10+.

This isn’t entirely surprising as it does follow in the footsteps of its previous naming conventions, such as the Galaxy S10+, but we’ll take it.

The images also confirm the render leaks that showed the Infinity-O cutout living at the centre of the device. It also backs up the rumour that it would be a single hole, as opposed to the pill shaped that can be found on the S10.

Pictures of the rear of the device also solidify the leaks that suggested that the camera lenses would sit vertically on the left hand side. Again, this is a change from the S10, which had a horizontal rear camera arrangement.

It seems that the Time of Flight and anti-flash have also been confirmed by these images.

Sadly, the bottom of the device is not clear in any of the pictures, so the rumour that the headphone jack has been removed can’t be confirmed.

You can watch the entire video here and keep up to date with all of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumours in our rolling round up.

As always, it’s important to remember that these may not end up being legit. We won’t know any actual facts until the device launches at Unpacked in New York on August 8.