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No Bixby key or 3.5mm port here either

We got our first apparent look at the Galaxy Note 10 yesterday courtesy of trusted tipster OnLeaks. Now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro model has purportedly leaked as well.

The new renders, via OnLeaks and PriceBaba, show a phone that’s fundamentally similar to renders apparently showing the standard Galaxy Note 10. That means a center-mounted punch-hole camera, for one, compared to the top-right corner in the Galaxy S10 series. Oddly enough, neither this phone nor the vanilla Note 10 seem to offer dual selfie cameras like the Galaxy S10 Plus.

We don’t see a Bixby button here either, nor do we see a 3.5mm port on the top or bottom. Instead, the bottom only hosts a USB-C port, S-Pen slot, and speaker grille. The lack of a 3.5mm port here suggests Samsung is 100 percent committed to ditching the standard later this year, likely driving users to buy Galaxy Buds instead.

There are a few differences between this render and the vanilla Note 10 render though. Both phones offer a vertically stacked triple rear camera setup, but it seems like the Pro model also offers an additional camera just outside the main camera housing. Hopefully Samsung is adopting normal, wide, and telephoto sensors at the very least for maximum flexibility.

The tipster also reports that the phone will have a 6.75-inch display, while claiming that the standard model’s screen weighs in at 6.3-inches. Bigger screens usually equal bigger batteries as well, so hopefully the Galaxy Note 10 Pro offers more juice than the standard model if these renders are indeed accurate.

We’re expecting Samsung’s Pro model to offer a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 chipset, at least 128GB of storage, and an in-display fingerprint sensor. What would you like to see from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro? Sound off in the comments below!

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