Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+ leaked renders show off gradient Silver and Black colors
The hype around the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is starting to get bigger and bigger. As per usual, leaks are widespread. For example, we learned that the Galaxy Note 10 is likely to feature at least one of Samsung’s new ToF sensors. Leaked images have shown that the device will feature a hole punch in the center of the display. Now, reputable leaker Ishan Agarwal has come out with images of two of the Note 10/Note 10+ color options. Shown in the images are the Silver and Black options for the Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+.
AND HERE IT IS! Your first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Silver and Black colour option images! Isn’t the gradient just amazing? I’m so loving the design, what about you? *Please credit if you use, not using watermarks.* #Samsung #GalaxyNote10 #GalaxyNote10 #Unpacked pic.twitter.com/emW36lApaw
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 10, 2019
The Silver version is highly stylized, featuring a light-blue fade to silver gradient across the back of the device. The S-Pen for the Silver option comes in a royal blue.
Of course, the Black version is far more muted. Described by Agarwal as “classic”, it’s easy to see where he’s coming from. It stands in stark contrast to the far flashier Silver option. The S-Pen is also a standard black.
Ishan also shared images of the Galaxy Note 10+. There’s little difference in the colors for this larger variant. However, these leaks show that the Note 10+ has an extra sensor on the back of the device, while the regular Galaxy Note 10 does not. This sensor is presumably the aforementioned ToF sensor, but that’s not 100% confirmed.
If leaks are to continue at this rate, there’ll be very little we don’t know about the Note 10 when it launches on August 7th. We’re currently expecting up to four different models of the Note 10 to launch: A regular Galaxy Note 10, a Galaxy Note 10+, and 5G versions of both. Pricing is as of yet unclear, but given that the Galaxy Note 9 was trending upwards of $1,000, it’s hard to imagine that the Note 10 is going to be any cheaper.
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