Big Leaks Points Towards Major Design Changes For The Galaxy Note 10/Pro

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20 May 2019

As Samsung moves closer to the launch of its most awaited smartphone for the second half of the year, the Galaxy Note 10/Pro, we are now started to get leaks and rumors surrounding it. According to one of the most reliable leaker IceUniverse (@Universeice), there would be major design changes for the Note 10/Pro. You can view his tweet below;


Da Vinci is the code name given to the Galaxy Note 10/Pro. The Galaxy Note10/Pro is expected to ditch the traditional 18.5:9 screen ratio and will come with a taller 19:9 panel. It will also have a thinner bezel and higher screen-to-body ratio. There will also be a smaller camera cutout. Moreover, according to the tweet that, camera position would also be changed.

The design layout was not provided but it is expected to have a symmetrical appearance. According to phonearena, there would be a hole for the camera cutout right in the center of the display.

Source: Phonearena

Moreover, when the leaker Ice Universe was asked by a user if the above tweet meant that the cameras would be housed in a vertical layout, it was responded with a tick symbol by the Ice Universe. this confirms that the camera layout at the back would be vertical and not the traditional horizontal layout.

Another tweet by the reliable leaker @Universeice;

This tweet gives you more information regarding the color details for the Note 10/Pro. The Galaxy Note 10/Pro will come in a gradient color scheme with blue and silver gradient color. There will also be more variants for the Galaxy Note 10 according to a report from Korea, Samsung will give more options of Galaxy Note 10/Pro to the buyers to choose from.

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