Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 has seen many high-profile latex leaks, including images of the device discovered in the wild, and some incredibly convincing (and rather official appearance) that apparently show the phone and its pen in all its
Now Just a few weeks away from the official unveiling, Samsung's next productivity-focused flagship has been revealed in its entirety thanks to a leak from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) discovered by XDA Developers before being taken down.  Image: XDA Developers / FCC "class =" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image "onerror =" this.parentNode.replaceChild (window.missingImage (), this) "sizes =" auto "data -normal = "https://vanilla.futurecdn.net/techradar/media/img/missing-image.svg" data-src = "https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/Ku9H697s9Yy8yqyK5u8HTc-320-80 .jpg "data-srcset =" https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/Ku9H697s9Yy8yqyK5u8HTc-320-80.jpg 320w, https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/Ku9H697s9Yy8yqyK5u8HTc-650-80 .jpg 650w "data-sizes =" auto "data-original-mos =" https://cdn.mos.cms.futurecdn.net/Ku9H697s9Yy8yqyK5u8HTc.jpg "data-pin-media =" https: //cdn.mos .cms.futurecdn.net / Ku9H697s9Yy8yqyK5u8HTc.jpg "/>
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As you can see, the picture above shows a clear look on the handset, which offers a forward shot that includes unit dimensions and a picture of the phone's centered pinhole selfie camera, which has become tortured by the company in the management to launch the 1
The image also confirms earlier rumors of a lack of some buttons along the right edge of the device, even though there are physical buttons on the left where the volume rocker and the Bixby button have traditionally been located – it is unclear whether the polarized Bixby key is back or if it has been replaced by a left-mounted power button.
Two other images presented on XDA Developer's post show note 10 on the front and back from different angles, apparently confirming that the unit will track a vertically aligned tripelline camera on the left side and that it will really miss a 3.5 mm headphone jack this time around.
The FCC post also reveals that the Galaxy Note 10 will support the new Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, and while there are many mention of LTE connectivity in archiving, 5G functionality is surprisingly absent.
Of course, we have to wait until the unit's official launch to get some real concrete details of what the Galaxy Note 10 can do.