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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series constitutes one of the most highly anticipated flagship lineups this year. And today, exactly one year after he leaked the Galaxy Note 9, Steve Hemmerstoffer is back alongside 91Mobiles to give us our very first look at what the standard Galaxy Note 10 will look like
Not one, not two, but three cameras on the rear

Representing a huge change in direction for Samsungís Galaxy Note lineup, the renders of the upcoming flagship show that it ditches the horizontal camera setup found on previous devices in favor of an all-new vertical layout thatís positioned in the top corner. Unlike mid-range Galaxy A models that utilize a rectangular module, though, this particular setup is noticeably more rounded.

The Galaxy Note 10, as can clearly be seen in the CAD-based renders, looks set to include a total of three cameras on the rear. According to rumors, the smartphone will borrow its camera technology from the Galaxy S10 series Samsung announced earlier this year. The news means that the flagship will arrive equipped with a primary 12-megapixel sensor paired with a variable aperture lens for improved low-light shots.

Accompanying the main camera should be a second 12-megapixel snapper that uses a 2x telephoto zoom lens. Additionally, for the first time on a Galaxy Note smartphone, Samsung is expected to include a super-wide-angle alternative that offers a 16-megapixel resolution.