Leading to the expected release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in about 3 months time, we’re starting to see some leaks appear. SamMobile is reporting that it will be the first Note device to come in two sizes. This brings the Note device range into line with other range changes including the addition of the Galaxy S10e in Samsung’s flagship device range.

There’s some discussion around colour variants as well with a red option that will be available in limited regions, so very unlikely we’ll see that through official channels in Australia. The more likely colour options we will see in Australia are the standard options we’ve seen in the past: Silver, Black and White across both the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro – with potential that there will be a pink version available worldwide (we’ll wait to see if this comes to fruition).

With the emerging technology, it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that the Note 10 models will both have 5G models following. While the majority of users I’ve spoken to aren’t fussed about 5g, it’s there for those who like to jump on the latest tech when it’s available. At the moment, there’s not a lot of information around any aesthetics on the 5G models and how they may differ from the base options.

Interestingly though, SamMobile did note that

It’s possible Samsung will keep the brighter colours exclusive to the smaller model, but we can’t confirm or deny that at the moment.

Strap in – we’ll be in for the usual leaky ride heading into the Note release, let’s hope the battery is nailed this time and the evolution of the Note platform continues.

Source: SamMobile.
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What a waste of the internet thus article is.


There’s one sentence only that makes a passing remark that “two sizes” will exist. What 2 sizes? Not even a conjecture or anything at all resembling an educated guess. No attempt!! That would seem more important to the article, based on the article title, than the considerably more space devoted to such a silly thing as colours! Investigative journalism isn’t what it used to be, that’s for sure!