The Many Colors of the Upcoming Galaxy S11, S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite leaked

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is a relatively fresh device in the tech world but here we are, discussing how the S11 would look like. The freshest leaks reveal the plush color options that Samsung will give not only the S11 flagship phones but also the much-rumored S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite.

The many colors of the upcoming Galaxy S11, S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite leaked

Like every year, the Galaxy S11 will be launched in February with at least 4 flagship models that will differ in size, specifications, and colors. The Galaxy S11 will be offered in Black, Grey, and Blue color options while the more affordable Galaxy S11e will available in Blue, Grey, and Pink shades. Samsung might introduce more color options down the line.

The much-rumored S10 Lite will be available in Black, Blue, and White colors, while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite might come in Red, Silver, and Black shades. There might be a possibility that the Note 10 Lite’s color names will be prefixed with Aura, just like the current Note 10 flagships.

Other significant rumors point to a huge change in the camera department. The Korean giant has been using the same main sensor as the S7 devices launched back in 2016. XDA Developers found a mention of a 108MP resolution mode in the Samsung Galaxy camera app. Although the model wasn’t confirmed, it’s more likely to debut with the S11 phones.

The rumor mill is also abuzz that the Galaxy Buds, bearing the model number SM-R175, would debut in Blue, Pink, Black, and White color variants. There’s a possibility that the new Galaxy Buds may be revealed alongside the Galaxy S11 series.


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