What you need to know

  • New Galaxy Note 10 reveal the device in silver and black gradients.
  • The renders are our best look yet at the device's design.
  • Samsung has an Unpacked scheduled for August 7 in New York City.

It won't be long before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 10. But you know the drill: leaks have already spoiled the party.

The latest leak comes courtesy of Ishan Agarwal, who shared renders of the Galaxy Note 10 in silver and black. While the black is more traditional in its execution, the silver model features a gorgeous gradient effect.

I can tell you right now that if I had to pick which Note 10 to purchase, it would be the silver model without question. It reminds me of a sunset over the ocean, with the shift in colors from silver to purple to blue. I could stare at it all day.

Aside from the colors, the renders reveal some interesting details about the Note 10's design. For one, it looks like the Note 10 will employ a vertical triple-camera setup. The device also appears to feature a nearly bezel-less display with a camera cutout that's centered.

Notably, the power button is missing from the right side; all that's left is a volume rocker and what is likely a dedicated Bixby button. The renders back up an earlier report that claimed the Note 10 would remove physical buttons.

Although the renders don't confirm one way or the other, the same report claims the Note 10 is going to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack, too.

We'll find out what Samsung has planned at its Unpacked on August 7.