Hours after the first clear images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaked out, some renders of the Galaxy Note 10+ have surfaced as well.
As we’ve heard in previous leaks, the design of the Galaxy Note 10+ will largely look similar to the regular Note 10. The one big difference that indicates that this is the Note 10+ is the sensor to the right of the triple rear camera setup. That’s thought to be a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor that’ll help gather depth information for photos.
The Galaxy Note 10+ is also expected to have a 6.75-inch display, which is considerably larger the Galaxy Note 10’s rumored 6.28-inch screen size. And while we can’t see the bottom of the Galaxy Note 10+ in these renders from Ishan Agarwal, rumors have said that neither the Note 10+ nor the regular Note 10 will have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note phones have always been known for having big screens, and with the Note 10+ the company will be making its flagship phablet even bigger. The good news for folks who don’t want a phone with an almost 7-inch screen is that Samsung is making two Galaxy Note flagships for the first time and that the other model will actually have a smaller screen than the Galaxy Note 9.
Now that we’ve gotten a good look at both phones, are you more interested in the Galaxy Note 10 or the Note 10+?