There’s a good leak for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and let us thank to Federal Communications Commission for the slip-up as well as noteworthy images along with great details.

Samsung’s next productivity-focused flagship the Galaxy Note 10 is just weeks away from the official unveiling. Ahead of it the device was revealed in full for a very short time by FCC and was spotted by XDA Developers. Now details have been taken down.

Take a look to the below image from where the difference of Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro case can be noticed. It is also being said the cameras could be redesigned and Note 10 to come equipped with next-generation sound technology.

The above image clearly reveals dimensions of the device and centered pinhole selfie camera. It seems there would not be any buttons along the right edge of Galaxy Note 10. However, the device would come with a volume rocker and Bixby buttons on the left edge. But it is yet not known whether the polarizing Bixby key would return back. In fact, it could be replaced by a left-mounted power button.

Two more images published on the XDA Developers’ post reveals the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is to come with a vertically-aligned triple-lens camera on the left side. The 3.5mm headphone jack could be missing.

More to all these, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is to support Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard.

All’s well. Now let’s wait for the official launching of the device to get some true details.