We are less than a week away from the next big Galaxy unpacked event where Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10. So, of course, the torrent of leaks that we will be witnessing in the next few days is expected to spike up.
The latest revelation from popular Evan Blass on Twitter reveals the Galaxy Note 10 series will come in three color option – Black, White, and Pearl gradient. The color variants are depicted by the images below.
The plus-size Galaxy Note 10 as seen above stands out -it is way bigger than the base Note Note, that you could notice from the S pen resting on it, while the extra ToF camera right below the LED flash is also noticeable. The S pen remains the same size, and will likely occupy the same space inside, with the extra space on the inside of the Note 10+ accounting for the larger battery that it might get.
Recent reports from Korea has it that the Galaxy Note 10 might be equipped with Samsung’s in-house Exynos chip – the Exynos 9825. This Exynos 9825 is said to feature in all variants of the Note 10 meant for the United States, except for all variants destined for Verizon. This will be an unprecedented move. Samsung has always equipped its flagships meant for the U.S., Canada, China, Japan, and Latin America, while the rest of the World gets the same device with Samsung Exynos SoC. The case was, however, different in 2015 when Samsung used its homemade Exynos in every market.
The Korean giant might have adopted the Exynos 9825 because the SoC is a 7nm chip and should be able to theoretically match the SD855 in both performance and efficiency.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch event
W e are not sure how true the report is, so we advise you to digest this with the proverbial grain of salt. The launch event for the Note’s 10 is set for August 7th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.