Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 And Galaxy Watch Active 2 Look Great In These Leaked Press Images

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The unveil of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is less than a month away, which means that leaks have been coming in a relatively fast pace. We’ve seen various renders of the Galaxy Note 10 and even some real-life shots courtesy of the FCC.

Today, we’re being graced with yet another look at the Galaxy Note 10+, this time courtesy of popular gadget leaker Evan Blass. Blass has been relatively quiet on the Galaxy Note 10 leak scene, leaving image reveals to other tipsters. However, this new leaked official press render shows the smartphone from a top ¾ view, giving us a look at the rounded sides of the chassis. This detail was harder to discern in the previous leaked images.

The Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to be the larger of two Galaxy Note devices released in August. The standard Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to feature a 6.3-inch display, while the Galaxy Note 10+ is rumored to rock a 6.75-inch display. Both phones are expected to be available in 4G LTE or 5G variants, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC should power all variants.

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In other Samsung leak news, Blass also has provided a clear and crisp render of the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch. This is apparently the rose gold version of the smartphone and like its predecessor, there is no rotating bezel around the smartphone.

The Galaxy Watch Activewas just released this past February, so it’s quite interesting that its successor is arriving so soon. We previously heard about the new smartwatch in late June, and it’s rumored that it will feature a 1.1-inch 360x360 display. It’s also expected to be sold in both 40mm and 44mm case sizes.

The Galaxy Note 10 family is confirmed to launch on August 7th in New York City, and it’s quite possible that the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be unveiled alongside it. One other possibility for the Samsung Unpacked event is the Galaxy Tab S6, which is a 10.5-inch tablet with an in-display fingerprint reader and dual rear cameras.

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