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Samsung Galaxy 10 colour options and battery leaked

16 May 2019 4

One of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019 is about to be launched. This is none other than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Unfortunately, till now, the company has managed to keep the device under wraps as not much is known about the smartphone. Whatever is known is based on speculation. However, just as always, leaks still surface online. The colour options for the Galaxy Note 10 have just been released.

Apparently, the Galaxy Note 10 will be available in five colours. These include Black, White, Silver, Red, and Pink. There’s a good chance that the bigger brother, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be made available in more colour options as well. This won’t be surprising as Samsung did launch its Galaxy Note 9 in quite a few unique shades. In all probability, Samsung might be reserving these colour options for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Speaking of the Galaxy Note 10, the battery of the device has been leaked and has made an appearance on the internet.

Courtesy of the Galaxy Club, we know that the battery of the Galaxy Note 10 was certified by the South Korean Certification Authority under the model number EB-BN972ABU. While the battery supposedly belongs to a device with the model number SM-N972, this device has never seen the light of day. This means this battery could very well belong to the SM-N971. The SM-N971 belongs to the Galaxy Note 10. According to the certification, the smartphone will have a 4,300mAh battery. If this is true, this will be one of the largest batteries that Samsung has ever used on a Galaxy Note series smartphone.



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