While Samsung has yet to reveal details about the Galaxy Note 10, many speculations are already out about its features. Among these features are top-of-the-line specs such as a quadruple-camera setup, S-Pen compatibility, and others. Here’s what we know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 render.

Concept Creator’s video shows what the Galaxy Note 10 may look like based on speculations concerning the features of the Samsung device. The video features the phone’s quad camera and cutout Infinity-O display.

The video also showed the device having angular sides and the S-Pen peripheral that has its own slot in the smartphone.

Moreover, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip, which provides 5G mobile data connection.

While the new device looks stunning in the video, Samsung has yet to actually announce details about the Galaxy Note 10. As of now, rumors about the new device are circulating about its features. The Verge noted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be offered in two screen sizes.

As of now, Samsung is busy handling the Galaxy Fold, which seems to be under fire due to negative reviews. While most reviewers praised the device for its innovative design and features, the durability of the device has not impressed them.

The reviewers noted that only one side of the screen would work properly if debris got into the screens through repeated folding. Another reported that  peeling off the layer of plastic from the screen would make the device inoperable.

As to the development of the Note device, Samsung already had a problematic run-in with the Note 7 entry. Previously, the Note 7 batteries had a risk of exploding, which actually happened in a few cases. Samsung pulled out all their stock and made amends with the Note 8.

The company could definitely use the Galaxy Note 10 to fix their problems with the Fold. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be released this coming July.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Like the Note 9, the Note X is expected to arrive this August. Pictured: : DJ Koh, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics, introduces the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at the Barclays Center, August 9, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The new smartphone will go on sale on August 24. Photo: Getty Images/Drew Angerer