Samsung accidentally confirms Galaxy Note 10+ with a 512 GB variant

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  1 min read >

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variants are all set to be launched on 7th of August and pre-orders are already up on Samsung’s official site for the global release of August 23. Though Samsung’s plans to offer Note 10 in two different sizes have been rumored and leaked several times, now it appears that Samsung has somehow mistakenly confirmed bigger and better variant of the Note series.

According to PhoneArena, several official Samsung websites now have support pages for the Galaxy Note 10+ with a model number SM-N975F. This means that Samsung is inadvertently confirming what numerous leaks have been suggesting for quite a while i.e. a Note 10+ will be released alongside a regular Note 10.

Galaxy Note 10+ device running Android 9 Pie, having variants with 256 GB and 512 GB of built-in storage space has just appeared on support pages of Samsung Romania, Samsung Slovakia, and other European websites. However, it appears that after realizing the mistake the company has apparently removed the content from those broken links which now state; “Sorry, this link is currently unavailable. Click the button below and search the webpage again.”

Well, this must not be a worrying factor as the tech spies have already taken a screenshot of those Samsung pages which are shared below. Not only this, but a few Note 10+ color variants have also been revealed. These include Aura Glow, Aura Black, and Aura White. Other colors and storage options are also expected to be made available at the time of release.

Samsung’s die-hard fans interested in picking up a Galaxy Note 10 can get their name on the list for early access to pre-order the device. Because these reservations guarantee that you will get your choice of variant and color after the official announcement on August 7. As for Samsung’s loyal users in the US and some European markets, Samsung will toss you a $50 store credit for accessories if you reserve between 7/25 and 8/7. Whereas, a trade-in promotion is also being offered for any flagship model of any brand.

The Galaxy Note 10+ was previously rumored to have a 6.8-inch display with 1440p resolution. It will carry the same chipset and base storage size but the RAM could be extended to 12GB. The phone will likely have a four rear cameras, including the arrangement on the Note 10 but with an additional time-of-flight sensor.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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