Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10 has already started leaking, and now, Benjamin Geskin has created a render of what the Note 10 might look like. According to the render, which has since been validated by noted Samsung leaker IceUniverse, Samsung will ditch the horizontally aligned rear-camera module that we saw with the Galaxy S10 series, for a vertically aligned rear camera module on the Note 10.

The Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to come with a triple rear camera set up, with most likely a similar arrangement of lenses as what we saw with the Galaxy S10 and S10+, i.e., a primary wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, and an ultra-wide lens. However, the render also shows a second island to the right of the camera module, which holds the LED flash, and if rumors are to be believed, might also house a flood illuminator and a 3D TOF sensor.

What’s surprising though, is that IceUniverse has claimed that both the Note 10 and the higher-end Note 10 Pro will only come with a single front facing camera, instead of a dual camera on the front as we saw with the S10+. Samsung is reportedly also moving the punch-hole to the center instead of being placed on the right corner of the display.

The Galaxy Note 10 series will also be getting their own 5G variants, and who knows, those models might have more cameras than the regular Note 10 units. As always, this information is based on leaks and rumors, so take it with a pinch of salt.