According to a new rumor, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 will arrive in two gradient colors. A well-known tipster, Ice Universe, shared the info via Twitter, suggesting that Samsung will release Gradient Blue and Gradient Silver color variants.
The source did not say whether those will be the final names for the colors (probably not), but those names do describe the colors quite accurately. We presume that Samsung may use different shades of blue and silver colors in order to make those phones gradient, as the source did not mention any additional colors, but we'll see.
Having said that, a recent report from MySmartPrice did share some info regarding Galaxy Note10 color options. That report suggested that the Galaxy Note10 will arrive in Black, White, Silver, Red, and Pink colors, though it did not mention gradient colors of any kind.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 is expected to arrive in August this year, along with the Galaxy Note10 Pro. This will be the first time ever that Samsung will announce two Galaxy Note-branded phones at the same time, presuming that rumors are accurate, of course.
That's not all, though, as the company is also rumored to release both 4G and 5G variants of those two phones, so we should essentially get four different Galaxy Note10 models later this year. The 5G variants will reach only some markets, though, markets in which 5G is available in some form.
The standard Galaxy Note10 will allegedly ship with a 6.3-inch display, while the "Pro" variant will include a 6.7-inch panel. Both of those displays are expected to be QHD+ in terms of resolution, and Samsung will probably utilize its Dynamic AMOLED panels that it used in the Galaxy S10 series.
The company is expected to utilize both the Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9820 processors for the Galaxy Note10 series, depending on the market, similar to what it did with the Galaxy S10 series, actually.
Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on the Galaxy Note10 smartphones, along with Samsung's One UI skin. The two devices are also expected to include curved displays, and rather large battery packs on the inside.
In terms of the design, chances are that the Galaxy Note10 and Note10 Pro will resemble the Galaxy S10 series, at least that was the case for years. Which means you can expect the two phones to include thin bezels, and display camera hole(s).
Both devices will probably be made out of metal and glass, and the company will include either three or four cameras on the back of these phones. In fact, the Galaxy Note10 is rumored to ship with three cameras, while the "Pro" model will include four if rumors are to be believed.
Needless to say, both Galaxy Note10 phones will include a brand new S Pen stylus, which will probably retain Bluetooth functionality from the last-gen S Pen. Samsung is expected to include some new features to that S Pen, but we still do know what to expect exactly. Some concepts actually envisioned selfie cameras on the S Pen, but that's kind of unlikely to happen, even though it would allow Samsung to ditch display camera holes.