Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ clears FCC, images available

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Barely one month is left for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ to go official and now the devices have passed one of their main hurdle. The next iterations of the Galaxy Note Series have been spotted on FCC indicating the devices have successfully cleared the mandatory certification for the global launch. So, as per the invitation sent by Samsung lately, the phablets are all set to make their debut on August 7 at an Unpacked event in New York.

Both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10+ have been listed in the FCC certification website.  As per the FCC listing, the standard Galaxy Note 10 and its big brother Galaxy Note 10+ with model numbers SM-N975F and SM-N976B seems to have passed the regulatory certification process. Plausibly, they should be the International models of the respective devices.

The FCC listings of unannounced devices rarely spills much about their specs or design. However, in this case, we’re fortunate to obtain some of the images of the Galaxy Note 10s from the FCC database.  The images corroborate the recent leaks, clearly showcasing the triple rear camera setup at the back, aligned vertically in the top left corner. The lack of 3.5mm headphone jack too can be inferred from the images from FCC, which might come as a bummer for the folks who still hopes for a miracle in the form of existence of a jack.

That being said, are you excited about the Galaxy Note 10 launch. If yes, what you’re looking for the most from the devices, do let us know down in the comments.

 

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