The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch is just around the corner and it appears the South Korean tech giant can’t wait for the smartphone to be unveiled. The leaks and rumours of the device have been circulating since a while and those interested, know practically everything the handset has to offer. However, with the latest leak, we get confirmation that Samsung will be releasing a ‘+’ version of the handset.
As per a report by TechRadar, the support pages for Samsung in Romania, Slovakia and other regions shared information about the Galaxy Note 10+. Shortly after they became public knowledge, Samsung pulled down the pages proving that they were put up by accident.
However, some key information had gleamed from these support pages before they were taken down. As per a report by PhoneArena, the Galaxy Note 10+ will come in two variants with either 256GB or 512GB of onboard storage. These handsets will run on Android Pie and come in Auro Glow, Aura Black, and Aura White colour options.
While this is an obvious confirmation of the specifications and features, we can’t be 100 per cent sure that the Galaxy Note 10+ will come sporting these features until Samsung officially unveils the device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched on August 7, 2019, and it will be Samsung’s second flagship of the year. The upcoming smartphone will feature an all-new design in comparison to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as it will sport a completely overhauled rear. The handset will come with a vertically stacked camera array and have a centrally-aligned front-facing shooter. The bezels on the Galaxy Note 10+ will be a lot slimmer than even the iPhone XS and reports state that it will be way ahead of the competition....