We are hours away from the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, and yet the leaks won't stop. It's been a couple of very eventful months leading up to today's Note 10 Unpacked event, marked by a torrential downpour of rumors and leaks that helped us paint a virtually 100 percent accurate picture of the phone. And though today is the day that we finally lay eyes (and hands) on the Note 10, we have one last round of leaks for you.
leaked marketing materials, granting us an accurate first look at how the two devices will stack up against each other in terms of size. The Galaxy Note 10 is the smaller model—though "smaller" is relative here, as we're looking at a 6.3" display—while the Note 10+ has a massive 6.8" display.This time, the Note 10 and Note 10+ models appear side by side in
Size may be the biggest differentiating factor between the two at first glance, but going around the back, the second major difference becomes apparent – the Note 10 has three cameras (wide-angle, regular, and telephoto), while the Note 10+ has four – wide-angle, regular, telephoto, and ToF (Time-of-Flight) camera.
The leaked marketing materials also make a point of the Note 10's extremely thin bezels and give us another good look at the selfie camera punch-hole. This time around, the front-facing camera is positioned in the top center of the screen, instead of to the side like on the S10, and is ostensibly smaller (though this can be in part due to the overall larger proportions of the phone).
Another interesting tidbit from the leak concerns the S Pen, which is called "the closest thing to a magic wand for your smartphone." This is likely in reference to the rumored air gesture capabilities of the Note 10 S Pen. We don't know yet what the gestures are, but Samsung is presumably expanding on the remote functionality of the styles by allowing users to control functions and parts of the interface by simply waving the pen over the display.
The Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled later today, at Samsung's Unpacked event, which will kick off at 4PM EDT / 1PM PDT, in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. If you want to tune in and watch the live stream of the event, make sure to check this page, where the stream will go live once the presentation begins.
In the mean time, here's more of the leaked Note 10 marketing materials: