Samsung already made a Galaxy Watch Active 2, leaked render reveals

Samsung already made a Galaxy Watch Active 2, leaked render reveals

This suggests that Samsung might have fixed the display issues of the device, and is testing out the smartphone ahead of its re-launch later this year. As SamMobile points out, Samsung often launches its phones in multiple markets on the same day, so there's a good chance that the Note 10 will release in the U.S. on the same day. The phone will be released in a 256GB storage option as the standard size. However, the actual price may vary from country to country depending on local taxes and other tariffs.

We've also heard another rumor regarding the Galaxy Note 10+, as this latest leak refers to it as (although we've also heard it called the Note 10 Pro, or Plus). The aforementioned price falls in line with a previous leak, which claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly start at Euro 999 (roughly Rs. 77,000) in Europe, while the Galaxy Note 10+ might carry a starting price of Euro 1,149 (roughly Rs. 89,000). One might feature 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage while the other could contain 12GB of memory and 512GB or 1TB of storage.

As previously reported, Samsung is all set to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series on August 7.

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Samsung in a statement today said the first 1,000 customers to purchase the Galaxy A80 will receive a complimentary BlackPink special edition package and a Galaxy Fit worth RM818. The 5G variant of these devices will be more expensive.

Instead of the Galaxy Watch 2, however, it might announce the Galaxy Watch Active 2 instead. Elsewhere, the Galaxy Note 10 will only be available in 4G LTE versions. The pricing seems to be somewhat in line with the prices mentioned above. But despite that name, the smartwatch looks like it will be Samsung's classiest, at least based on new leaked renders.

Overall, the Galaxy Note 10 is now more blocky than ever.