We've seen plenty of CAD-based schematics, case-maker renders, and even official images of Samsung's upcoming Note 10 and 10+ so far, but real-life photos or even better, videos, have been few and far between.
Well, thanks to the requirement for connectivity testing in the underground tunnels where half of the city pours mornings and evenings to go to work - the subway - we now have what is purportedly a video of the Note 10+ used in the wild.
Recorded on the sly by an "influencer" account called "Sunny Lin water bottle," apparently a fan of the local Sunny Lin celeb, it is showing someone running a video on the Note 10+ and messing around with the player's controls.
The side signage depicts the email address of a Samsung employee, and the phone is obviously a late engineering prototype with a flat screen in a testing "mule" disguise, but the unique mid-hole positioning of the front camera can't be mistaken, as well as the One UI interface below it.
One thing is for sure - this thing is positively huge - and we hope that this will be just the prototype mule case talking here, as the actual dimensions of the Note 10+ - 6.39 x 3.04 x 0.31 inches (162.3 x 77.1 x 7.9 mm) - are a tad humbler than those of the Galaxy S10 5G even.