The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is now slated to launch in at least 4 colorways and 3 storage tiers
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 line's release is getting closer and closer. A new leak purports to have spilled the SKUs of these phablets to be sold in the Indian market. It details the official names of their colorways, as well as the internal storage options that will be distributed across the Plus and non-Plus variants projected for the 10th-anniversary edition of this device.
This new report indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have either 256 or 512 gigabytes (GB) of fixed storage. The Plus, on the other hand, will also have these options, in addition to a 1TB SKU. Both types of Note 10 will be released in the black and holographic (or aurora-like) shades seen in the majority of their renders to date. The former is to be called Aura Black, suggesting that it may also have the effect seen in the latter (previously reported to be known as Aura Glow).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will also exhibit the Aura White option that is the subject of its own fresh leak. It is reserved for the larger-capacity SKUs in the case of both Note 10 variants. However, the colorful fun does not end there: this putative stock-list also specifies a new name: Aura Red, which is apparently exclusive to the non-Plus variant.
These new SKUs also now have possible starting prices, although they apply to the European market rather than the Indian. 256GB Galaxy Note 10s are now expected to start at €949 (~US$1054), whereas their Plus counterparts are projected to cost €1099 ($1220). However, besides the 512GB Note 10 Plus (€1199, or $1331), no other variants of this new device are associated with definite price-tags as yet.
This leak does not mention the rather more green and pink shades also featured in fresh renders this week. This hints at 2 main outcomes for these potential flagship hues: they are exclusive to the Galaxy Note 10 5G edition (which went unmentioned in this latest leak); or the posts showing them will ulitmately prove inaccurate.