There has been no shortage of leaks regarding Samsung's upcoming flagship phone, the Note10. Over the course of the past few months, we've seen reports on one of its variants sporting a quad-camera set-up on its rear, leaked images indicating there will no headphone jack, and even a spec sheet for both the Note10 and the Note10+ being revealed.
Now, prolific leaker Evan Blass has tweeted (protected account) a promotional image of the phone, showcasing an interesting deal, specifically with regards to Note10+ 5G pre-orders.
Apparently, Verizon will once again be the first U.S. carrier to start shipping the handset. This makes sense, given its nearly two-month period of exclusivity for the Galaxy S10 5G. While Verizon offered it in May, other carriers like T-Mobile only started rolling it out nearing the end of June. As such, it seems like something similar could occur in the case of the Note10+ 5G as well.
There's further information revealed through the image as well; apparently, people who pre-order the phone from Verizon will be getting a standard Note10 for free. This is also probably the reason why both variants have been showcased in the image, with the front-facing one being the Note10+ 5G, while the other one with its backside being displayed looking to be the Note10, given their difference in size.
The promotional offer hasn't been officially announced by Verizon yet, and there's no guarantee that this leak turns out to be accurate. However, we should learn more about it in the coming weeks. Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event will be held on August 7, and it's all but confirmed that the headlining device for the event will be the Note10. You can watch the live stream here, starting at 4 p.m. EST / 1p.m. PT.