Galaxy Note 10 is the presumed name for Samsung’s next flagship smartphone.
The hardware has been claimed to be on course for an August 7 reveal in New York City by CNET, citing sources familiar with the South Korean tech giant’s plans.
While the tipped unveiling date is still over a month away, Android fans may have already got their first glimpse at the hardware in the wild.
TechTalkTV recently posted alleged images of the Note 10 booting up on its Twitter account and YouTube channel.
The hardware was shown to display the words “Samsung Galaxy Note 10+” on its startup display.
Note 10 has been rumoured to arrive in two sizes; one with a 6.28-inch screen and the other with a monstrous 6.75-inch panel.
It had been speculated the larger version of the Note 10 would be called the Note 10 Pro.
However, the latest leak from TechTalkTV appears to suggest it will instead take on “+” branding in a similar fashion to Samsung’s S-series of handsets.
The alleged Note 10+ was shown exhibiting an all-screen design with incredibly minimal borders.
Most notably, the hardware was displayed with a cutout within its display for a single front-facing camera.
However, unlike Samsung’s S10 flagship series, the hole punch was exhibited in the middle of the device at the top rather than off to the side.
The phone’s rear was shown in a single, blurry, image.
While a clear view of the phone’s rear camera system could not be seen, there were three discernible lenses shown in a single camera module positioned on the left-hand side.
For the most part, the images of the Note 10 appear to line up with previous renders shown by OnLeaks and Pricebaba.
However, both had claimed the hardware would come with four snappers on its rear.
In addition to a primary, ultra wide-angle and telephoto module, the leakers stated the Note 10 would arrive with an additional time-of-flight (TOF) sensor on its rear.
Such a camera array could be similar to that already offered by the Galaxy S10 5G.
While the new images from TechTalkTV appear to corroborate previous rumours about the Note 10, it is worth noting nothing about the device has been officially confirmed by Samsung.