With the approaching launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, we are pretty confident that Samsung's Phablet flagship has (again) expired long before its official release. We already know that the Note 10 will have a selfie pinhole camera similar to the S10 and S10 +, but it will be centered rather than staggered. We also know that there will be a Grade 10 model with four main cameras, that the S-Pen will not be significantly different from the previous year, and that the design will have sharper edges than previous iterations.
This was revealed in a series of practical images of the Galaxy Note 10, which were published on Twitter by TechTalkTV . As with all early practical video and video losses, the quality of the pictures is absolutely terrible, but there are telltale details that give them credibility. Exactly as we expected, the note seems to be centered at 10 selfie camera, and it seems a bit smaller than the one on the Galaxy S10. Looking closer at the two images where the front-facing camera is visible, factory protection appears to be on the screen. The edge of the camera section in the protector is also visible in both shots, as it captures a reflection from the skylight. The only picture we take of the camera on the 10+ mark is a clutter of motion blur as we move on our backs. Nevertheless, the rumored quad camera is visible and (quite) recognizable by what we have seen of renderers.