With Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 next in line as the top-tier smartphone that’s soon to be announced, a torrent of leaks and rumors will surround the upcoming flagship. For the time being, the device sounds highly impressive, at least on paper, and Samsung might actually be banking on the previously reported leak hype to bring you five different colors for its upcoming handset. Sure enough, a lot of customers appreciate an improved smartphone design, but being purchased in their favorite color is something more personal.
Samsung Could Introduce the More Expensive Note 10 in Exclusive Shades
According to a report from MySmartPrice, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with the model number SM-N970 variant is expected to be available in a total of five colors:
While Samsung has yet to confirm the following, it is possible that the top-tier version of the Note 10, which is being referred to as the Note 10 Pro, might be available in a few extra finishes. When the Galaxy Note 9 was launched, it was initially offered in four colors; Metallic Copper, Lavender Purple, Midnight Black, and Ocean Blue. Later, Samsung introduced two additional variants down the road; Alpine White and Cloud Silver, but they were meant for select markets only.
As most of you know, the top-end Galaxy Note 10 is expected to have better features than its predecessor, ranging from a quadruple rear camera setup, coupled with a bigger screen, which immediately translates to a bigger battery capacity. In fact, the battery capacity was earlier leaked to be a 4500mAh cell, which is higher than the capacity running in the Galaxy S10 Plus, but the same capacity found in the Galaxy S10 5G. A larger cell will obviously mean more screen-on time for the user, but it is also because Galaxy Note 10 will support 5G networks, even though the models supporting 5G will only be launched in regions where 5G has officially rolled out.
Enabling the flagship to consume data on a 5G network will no doubt stress the battery, so Samsung wants to incorporate as large of a capacity as possible in order to provide the best possible battery life experience. After all, if you’re going to be spending a small fortune on the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung should address one aspect of a smartphone, and that’s extended battery life.
There’s no word on the pricing for now, but stay tuned for more updates, as additional info is sure to come in your direction.
News Source: MySmartPrice