The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 boat just keeps on leaking, and this week it's a real good one.
The probable first official images of the new Note have surfaced online and we're here for it.
We're still a couple of months out from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, but the leaks and rumours are already flowing. We know they might not be 100% accurate, but we are also aware of how thirsty you lot are for the Note series. So here's what we've heard so far.
The images come courtesy of both Roland Quandt from WinFuture and Ishan Agarwal from MySmartPrice. They reveal both a black version of the handset (we also saw earlier this month), as well as a very pretty bluey-purple version that's highly reminiscent of Huawei's 'Breathing Crystal' colour from its P30 series.
Images: Ishan Agarwal
They also confirm a few of the rumours that have been flying around for the past few weeks; the triple rear camera setup, a centred Infinity-0 cutout and a slightly different S Pen aesthetic.
If these images are legit Samsung will be keeping the volume buttons as well as what is most likely the power button. While earlier rumours suggested that buttons would be eliminated from the Note 10, that definitely doesn't seem to be the case.
Images: Ishan Agarwal
However, a fourth button does indeed seem to be missing, potentially suggesting that Samsung is doing away with the dedicated Bixby button, which has been another popular rumour.
While the angle of the shots can't confirm that this will be the first Note device to not have a headphone jack (or a MicroSD slot), we still think this is still likely.
You can catch up with all the other Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks and rumours here, and we'll be reporting live from Unpacked 2019 on August 8 when all the news drops.
AND HERE IT IS! Your first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Silver and Black colour option images! Isn't the gradient just amazing? I'm so loving the design, what about you? *Please credit if you use, not using watermarks.* #Samsung #GalaxyNote10 #GalaxyNote10 #Unpacked pic.twitter.com/emW36lApaw
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 10, 2019