Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy Note 10 soon and it looks like the company is leaving no stones unturned to make sure Galaxy Note 10 is a success.

The company has been cautious since the Note 7 fiasco and was avoiding issues by sticking to smaller batteries on Galaxy flagships. However, it looks like Samsung might finally be ready to go forward with bigger batteries on the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. According to a new leak from SlashLeaks, Samsung might be planning to put a massive 4170 mAh battery inside the 5G variant of Note 10.

Separately MySmartPrice reports that they have managed to confirm the colour options the high-end handset will be available in.

According to their sources, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (SM-N970) will be available in a total of five colours: Black, White, Silver, Red, and Pink. This would be the first occasion the handset will be available in Pink and Silver.

They note however that the more premium Galaxy Note 10 Pro, may be available in a few unique shades.

The device is expected to be launched some time in August 2019, when all the specs will be officially confirmed.