The launch of Samsung's Galaxy Note10 series of handsets is just over a week away, and the leaks are still coming in. According to WinFuture, there will be a pink version, similar to what the firm did with the Galaxy S10. That's about all that's new here.
There aren't a lot of surprises left with the Galaxy Note10, of which there's expected to be at least two handsets, the Note10 and the Note10+. They're expected to come in 6.3- and 6.8-inch sizes, while the smaller one will see a downgrade in screen resolution at 1080p. The Note10+ will remain at 1440p. As you can see from the image above, it keeps the Infinity O cut-out for the front camera that the S10 had.
As far as the processor goes, we're likely to see a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus in the United States, or a Samsung Exynos 9825 everywhere else. 8GB RAM should show up in the Note10, along with 12GB RAM in the Note10+. Both units should ship with 256GB of onboard storage. Battery sizes will be 3,500mAh and 4,300mAh, respectively.
The Galaxy Note10 series of handsets will be announced on August 7 in Brooklyn, NY. We'll be there, so make sure to check back in.