The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is leakier than the goddamn Titanic. We've had benchmark results, specification teardowns and even actual photos of the Note 10 in action. Now, Samsung has accidentally confirmed one of the biggest rumours about the device via a leaked product support page. Whoops.
Rumours of a bigger Samsung Galaxy Note 10 - tentatively dubbed the Note X Pro - have been bubbling away for a while now. We now have our first photos of the display... and it's truly colossal. It's basically the whale shark of phones.
As reported by Phone Arena, the official support page for the Galaxy Note 10 was accidentally released ahead of schedule in a handful of regions. The pages were quickly pulled offline but by then the damage was done thanks to the dissemination talents of intrepid leakers Roland Quandt and Max J.
Here's Samsung's own support site confirming the 256GB base model for the Galaxy Note10+ in Silver aka "Aura Glow" (see URL of the embedded, non-working device pic thumbnail) https://t.co/UnSlbBgbbC
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 28, 2019
The pages explicitly confirm the existence of the 'Galaxy Note 10+' which will come in 256GB and 512GB iterations. Previously, the Note 10+ had just been a rumour. There will be a choice of three colours - silver, white and black. (Or 'Aura Glow', 'Aura White' and 'Aura Black' to give them their official monikers.)
According to previous leaks, the Galaxy Note 10 range will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and will come with a triple-lens camera array similar to the S10+. (A 12MP primary camera, a 12MP telephoto lens and 16MP ultra-wide angle snapper.) 5G support is likely, although this may be reserved for a deluxe version. It's also tipped to have the highest screen-to-body ratio of any smartphone.
There's an outside chance that things could change prior to the phone's launch, but this seems unlikely given the product is expected to be revealed in less than a month. Not long to wait now.
[Via Tom's Hardware]