The rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be called Note 10+

It has been quite some time since we know the fact that this year Samsung is going to launch at least two Galaxy Note devices. One will obviously be the regular Galaxy Note 10, and the other was in the rumors with the name of Galaxy Note 10 Pro. It was also heard that this Pro model will also get a 5G compatible variant, which brings the actual number of devices being launched under Note lineup to 3 for the first time. However, a new detail emerging today from some leaked images suggests that the rumor mill has not been very accurate when it comes to the nomenclature of this upcoming series. The device that they’ve been referring as Galaxy Note 10 Pro is actually going to be known as Galaxy Note 10+ instead.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Leak

That’s right. At least the images of device leaked today suggest so. In these 3 blurry images leaked today we can see that the device while being turned on says Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ instead of Galaxy Note 10 Pro. This makes sense because it brings the naming scheme fall in line with the scheme of Samsung’s other flagship product line, the Galaxy S series.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus


Apart from device name we also see a pinhole selfie camera located right there in the center of the display, and an edge-to-edge screen. On the back we see a vertically aligned camera module housing 3 lenses and glass back.

Now, these are not the best images of this upcoming flagship, but they give us a very clear idea of what can we expect from the company in terms of design. The Series is to be launched on 7th of August, and hopefully, we’ll come to know everything about it by then with the help of leakers. Let’s wait and watch!


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