Samsung Galaxy Note 10 fans are in for a surprise; recent images from the FCC has shown us the exact measurements of the Galaxy Note10+. The new flagship phone measures in at 162.5x77.6mm, it also features a 6.7-inch curved display and a center punch hole rumored to be the unit's selfie camera.

Another pair of images also show the back of the more prominent Note 10, including the phone's quad-camera setup. The S-Pen Stylus is prominently tuck in the bottom, but the most disappointing news is something that has bothered many smartphone users - the lack of a headphone jack. 


The flagship phone will have three versions, the Note 10 Lite, Note 10 and Note 10+. They will be available in August; rumors suggest that the new units will have four cameras and will support 45W fast charging. 

Earlier, Samsung released the first official photos of the upcoming smartphone. In his post on MySmartPrice, Ishan Agarwal revealed that the phones would have a blue-purple pearlescent model similar to Huawei's Mate 20 and P30 series. 

Other photos also show a less flashy black variant; the high-resolution rendered images suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could launch without a physical power key. Earlier rumors already mentioned that the phone will have a button-free design. 

Although it seems to me like a bad idea for Samsung, consumers have now slowly adapted to the post headphone jack era. More and more people are comfortable with tangle-free wireless headsets. 

Samsung has already sent out invites to the launching event in Brooklyn, New York. The teaser shows a black stylus and what seems to be camera lenses on a white background. It further proves that the Samsung GalaxyNote 10 will have a centrally-aligned punch hole camera. 

Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will include two 3D Time of Flight sensors,  depth-sensing sensors for bokeh effects and AR applications and facial recognition. Like its cousin, the Galaxy S10, the Note could feature two ToF modules on the front and the back of the unit. It's still unclear how this will work with the current camera setup. 

The Note 10 is also rumored to pack a Snapdragon 855/9820 SoC, up to 12GB RAM and an Android 9 Pie operating system. 

According to a recent leak, the entry-level version of the Galaxy Note 10 will have a starting price between US$1,100 and US$1,200.