Samsung’s upcoming phablet, the Galaxy Note 10, seems to be the hot subject of many rumors today. Now, new renders have been leaked, and they seem to confirm a previous report about the upcoming device’s rear cameras.

International Business Times previously reported about leaked renders revealing how the upcoming smartphone could look like. The renders, courtesy of prominent leaker @onLeaks and Indian tech blog 91mobiles, showed how Samsung did something different with the Galaxy Note 10.

According to that leak, one of the key changes the Korean tech giant made to the device is the repositioning of its rear cameras.

Unlike other Samsung flagships that had an array of cameras aligned horizontally at the center of the phone’s rear side, the upcoming phablet is expected to have a triple camera array aligned vertically placed towards the top left side of the phone’s back.

Now, a new leak courtesy of prominent leaker Slashleaks reveals renders of phone cases made especially for the Galaxy Note 10. The cases all have an opening at the top left side of the phone’s back, obviously for the vertically mounted triple array camera.

The alleged phone cases also feature holes and protrusions that coincide with the earlier leak: power and volume buttons on the left-hand said of the phone; an opening for the S Pen at the bottom right of the phone; and two openings at the top, although it’s unclear what these are for at the moment.

The phone case also confirms the absence of the rear-mounted fingerprint reader, which is expected to be replaced by an in-display fingerprint scanner; and the absence of the beloved 3.5mm headphone jack.

Other specs

While the new leak doesn’t comfirm anything about the device’s other features, it does confirm the triple-camera setup at the back of the phone. While nothing is said about the cameras, previous rumors suggest that the Note 10 might be equipped with a 5x Zoom camera module.

Unlike the front-facing camera on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to have a selfie camera in a punch-hole at the top center of the display.

Samsung Galaxy Note Display
Pictured: Visitors get a look at Samsung Galaxy Note9 smartphone at the company's showroom in Seoul on October 31, 2018. AFP/Getty Images/Jung Yeon-Je