Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Leaked Press Renders WinFuture

Update, July 10, 2019 (12:50 pm ET): Shortly after WinFuture shared renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Ishan Agarwal tweeted out images of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The 6.7-inch handset looks almost identical to its smaller brother, but with two extra sensors around the camera.

Original post, July 10, 2019 (10:50 am ET): As with Samsung smartphones before it, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus have been leaking all over the internet. Now, thanks to WinFuture, we have our first look at what appears to be official press renders of the smaller 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 handset.

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The first colorway, as seen above, is Samsung’s black option. This is typically one of the default color options customers can choose from. If you aren’t looking for a colorful or flashy handset, this is the way to go. On top of the all-black design, the phone’s S Pen also only features the monochrome look.

Fans of the Huawei P30’s Breathing Crystal color will like the next leaked render. Previous Galaxy handsets featured a glimmering white design, but this silver Galaxy Note 10 option offers a much more dynamic look. Instead of just catching the light, the rear design reflects a beautiful blue to purple hue. Plus, this variant appears to come with a bright blue S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Silver Leaked Press Renders WinFuture

If you’re in the U.S., you know that Samsung doesn’t typically bring its best color options stateside. There currently aren’t any credible rumors on where certain models will and won’t be sold, but fingers crossed that this colorway makes it to all regions.

These leaked renders give further confirmation on the handset’s design. As previously rumored, the handset will feature a single hole punch camera that’s centered at the top of the Galaxy Note 10’s display. Around back, the three rear cameras have been reoriented to stand vertically along the top left side of the phone.

We should learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus when both handsets are announced at Galaxy Unpacked on August 7.

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