There has been no shortage of leaks around the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. By now, however, nearly everything about it has been unofficially revealed by rumors and leaks. Today the Galaxy Note 10 FCC listing appeared online which reveals key design details.
First the design. The Galaxy 10 looks to employ the same design language as the Galaxy S 10, which look wonderful by the way.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gets a quad-camera setup at the rear with one of the cameras doubling up as a ToF sensor to gather depth information. Resolution of 2K + uses Sound On Display technology to emit sound through vibration. The device dimensions are 162.5×77.6mm. That should be true of any variant of the device as well, not just the 5G variant.
This makes us feel that the device, so far called Watch Active 2, is actually Watch 2, which makes more sense. We don't see a Bixby button here either nor do we see a 3.5mm headphone jack.
One final thing that eagle-eyed Galaxy fans may have noticed is the lack of fingerprint scanner. However, a fingerprint sensor is missing from the phone, meaning the Note 10 will feature Qualcomm's 3D in-display ultrasonic fingerprint solution. Both smartphones feature a curved display, but miss out on a dedicated Bixby button. By the side of the Note 10 is the S-Pen stylus.
Some sources point to separate 5G variants of the Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro being launched - for a total of four different Note 10 handsets to pick from.