Samsung may still not be close to unveiling the Galaxy Note 10, but details of what to expect have been doing rounds for quite some time now.
We’ve heard that Samsung is working on multiple variants of the Galaxy Note 10, with some sections pointing to standard and Pro models. It has also been confirmed that 5G support will be on board the next Note device and perhaps unsurprising, the Note 10 will also borrow the Galaxy S10 5G design language and cameras.
Now, in the latest developments, Samsung-centric publication SamMobile reports that the standard Galaxy Note 10 will come with two new colors. Apparently, Red and Pink finishes are being lined up for model SM-N970F alongside the usual Black, Silver and White paint jobs.
As for the Note 10 Pro, which is said to come with model number SM-N975F, Samsung will paint it Black, Silver, and White. At this point, it’s unclear if the Pro model will also get the two new colors, but as noted earlier, the Note 10 launch is still far.
The same report also mentions that Samsung is working on a bunch of new Galaxy A devices with model numbers SM-A107F, SM-A507F, SM-A707F, and SM-A907F. The base model will get 2/32GB memory followed by 64GB whereas the latter two will get 128GB of internal storage.
Looking at the model numbers, we can closely relate them to the Galaxy A10, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70, and Galaxy A90, respectively. Samsung has already unveiled these devices in markets outside the U.S. and some like the Galaxy A50 and A20 are said to be headed to North America, but for now, we can’t say what names the aforementioned models will get.
While model SM-A107F will be sold in Black, Blue, Green, and Red colors, the other three are said to come dressed in Black and White.