[Exclusive] Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ Color Options and Storage Variants for India

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We’ve finally entered the last week before Samsung unleashes the Galaxy Note 10 series in New York on August 7th. And we now have exclusive details about the colour and storage variants that will be available to Indian consumers, thanks to details provided by Ishan Agarwal. Yesterday we reported the new Aura White colours option for the Note 10+ which was unknown before.

Coming to the storage variants, we’ll start with the smaller Galaxy Note 10. The Galaxy Note 10 base 256GB model will come in three colour options – Aura Black, Aura Red, and Aura Glow. While the 512GB model will be available in just the Aura White shade.

For the Galaxy Note 10+, the 512GB variant will be sold in an Aura Black and an Aura Glow shade. And for the 1TB model, there will be an extra Aura White shade besides the above mentioned two colours.

Furthermore, the European pricing for a number of variants has leaked out now and that should give us a fair idea about the Indian retail units. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to start at €949 (roughly Rs. 72,900) for 256GB while the bigger sibling will be on shelves starting at €1099 (roughly Rs. 84,000) for the 256GB and €1199 (roughly Rs. 92,000) for the 512GB version. Do note that this leak in no way reflects the actual Indian pricing and this is only supposed to be a pointer. The most recent news making headlines is that the Note 10 series will finally bid goodbye to the 3.5mm headphone jack as a 3.5mm to USB Type-C adapter is tipped to be in the retail package of the phablet duo by a prominent tipster.

In India, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will go on sale via e-commerce portal Flipkart. The 10th refresh of the phablet series will be released on August 23rd for consumers to buy.


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