Galaxy Note 10 Pro does not have too many design differences compared to the Galaxy Note 10 standard, excepting the larger screen and added a camera sensor.
Recently, the famous leak specialist @OnLeaks came back with some render images of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. This released only less than 24 hours after the series of CAD drawing renders images of the Note 10 is revealed. Thereby shows a clear look at the final design of Note 10 pro version.
The symmetrical bezel is on the front
Overall, Galaxy Note 10 Pro will not have too many differences with the standard Galaxy Note 10 design. It still comes with a curved AMOLED screen and ultrathin bezels on the side, the fingerprint sensor integrated under the screen. The top and bottom edges are symmetrical and still have a small “mole” to place a selfie camera in the middle.
However, the diagonal screen length of the Note 10 Pro increases to 6.75 inches. This is a number much larger than the 6.3-inch screen of the Note 10.
Four cameras on the back
Looking at the back of Note 10 Pro, the three rear cameras on the smaller flagship is still retained. A clear difference between two devices is the Pro seems to have a dedicated ToF sensor placed under the LED flash.
Basically, the 4 rear camera system of Note 10 Pro has to be equivalent to the Galaxy S10 5G. But no problem if it may have a little different in design. In fact, there are rumors that this phone will have the camera cluster with specs exactly the same as S10 5G. This means it will also including 12MP main sensor can change aperture, super wide angle sensor 12MP with the field of view 123 degrees and 16MP telephoto sensor supports 2x zoom.
In addition, the Note 10 Pro seems to have dual speakers (combined internal speaker & external speaker below). It also maintains the S-Pen characteristically of the Note series. On the other hand, Note 10 Pro still has a USB Type-C port located vertically on the bottom edge, an infrared sensor is located on the top edge. But, CAD drawing renders do not have a 3.5mm headphone jack and also missing a dedicated Bixby button.
Snapdragon 855 for the American version and new chip for the international version
Like most of Samsung’s 2019 flagships, the Note 10 Pro expects to equip a Snapdragon 855 processor for the US market. And for users in Europe and other markets in the world will receive a variant using Exynos chip.
Honestly, the Exynos 9820 used in Galaxy S10 products is not a weak chip. But it is still hard to keep up with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 about performance and battery power. The reason is it produced on the 8nm process, not the newer-7nm. With the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, Samsung may close the gap with a new chip model called Exynos 9825.
Like the name, Exynos 9825 expects to bring improvement about performance. At least when compared to the Exynos 9820. A more important factor, Exynos 9825 produces on the 7nm process, will help improve battery life for users. This also reduces the difference between Snapdragon and Exynos variants for upcoming flagship models of Samsung.
Launching date and time on the shelf
Note 10 Pro expects to be debuted in early/mid of August, along with the standard Galaxy Note 10. These two flagship models will be opened to pre-order after the launch event and sold in late August/early September.
Currently, there is still no information about the selling price of both devices. According to the report, Note 10 Pro version will have 3 color options: Prism Black (Black), Prism White (white) and silver gradient. The silver gradient color is similar to Prism Silver of Galaxy S10+.
Meanwhile, the standard Galaxy Note 10 will have the option of blue and silver gradient colors. Of course, it also has common colors including Prism Black (black), Prism White (white), Flamingo Pink (pink) and Cardinal Red (red).