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Here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro CAD renders

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Just after we got the CAD renders of Galaxy Note 10, we now have the CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro. These CAD renders were shared by OnLeaks, as always, & they suggest a similar design as the regular Note 10 except for a couple of changes like the size & the addition of an extra camera on the back.

Here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro CAD renders 1

So, the front of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro remains the same as the Note 10. There is an Infinity-O display with the cutout placed in the middle & the screen has minimal bezels all around, giving the phone a pretty impressive look from the front since there are now even bezels on all sides. The display size is going to be around 6.75-inch, making it the biggest Note series phone from Samsung. It is worth mentioning that the Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch screen.

The dimensions are 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm & the maximum thickness (with camera bump) is 8.5mm. So, the thickness without the bump is the same as the Note 10.

Here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro CAD renders 2

There is a Quad Camera setup on the rear which isn’t first for any Samsung phone but first for a “Note” series phone. As we can see, there is a triple camera setup placed vertically, and along with that, there is a fourth camera that, as per the sources, is a TOF sensor. So, there is a normal camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera, a telephoto camera & finally a TOF sensor.

Here are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro CAD renders 3

Just like the Galaxy Note 10, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro has no Bixby button & no headphone jack. The USB Type-C port is placed on the bottom along with the speaker grill & the S-Pen.


So, what do you think of the design of Note 10 Pro? Do let us know via the comments section below.

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