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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Leak Disappoints

Latest leaks for the Galaxy Note 10 have disappointed some tech lovers, with rumours its camera will largely borrow from the existing Galaxy S10 Series – albeit in a new position.

According to Forbes, citing prominent tech leaker IceUniverse, the Note 10 will offer “stability and maturity”, reserving “radical innovation” for the new Galaxy A Series.

The remarks mirror a prior commitment from Samsung Mobile boss, DJ Koh, to cease deploying new features onto flagship phones first.

The Note 10 is rumoured to merge design elements from the Note 9 and new S10 series, including a ‘hole punch camera.’

IceUniverse tweeted that the “two biggest changes” regarding the Galaxy Note 10 are shifts to the front and rear camera positions.

When asked about the Note 10’s camera position being changed to vertical orientation, the tipster responded with a tick symbol.

The news follows reports the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will also accompany a ‘Pro’ edition.

The rumours have left some tech lovers a tinge disappointed, complemented by Samsung’s delayed release of the Galaxy Fold amid early review faults.

As previously reported, the Note 10 is tipped to offer 50W fast charging capabilities.

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