Multiple sites are speculating this silver version will be an exclusive in the U.S.at first and perhaps also an exclusive at one of Samsung's retail partners, like Best Buy.
If the Galaxy Note 9's colors were a bit too attention-grabbing for your tastes, your only option would be to put on a skin or case or settle for the conventional Black. Samsung already upgraded the stylus a fair bit for the Note 9 by adding Bluetooth shortcuts to it, so maybe the Note 10 will add more smart capabilities, or just bring it closer to feeling like an actual pen on paper.
Expanding its mid-tier offerings for consumers in the US, Samsung on Sunday launched two mid-range Android devices - the Galaxy "A6" smartphone and a 10.5-inch tablet Galaxy "Tab A". While they don't generally tell us a whole lot about the phone, The Bell speculates that by naming the device after a famous painter, Samsung could be hinting at plans to improve the phone's S Pen. By way of wrapping up, the reviewer notes: "The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is about as ideal of a smartphone as you can find".
Samsung mobile division CEO Koh Dong-jin said at a press conference in August that the tech giant does not want to lose the world's first tittle. No name has been given but it wouldn't be a surprise if it's called Arctic Silver, similar to the Galaxy S8+ from past year. Although nothing was said about its specifications, judging by the name of the device we can assume that it would be an exceptional phone for people with a creative streak as Leonardo Da Vinci was known for his art. I honestly cannot think of a single thing it is missing, which is not something I can say about other recent flagships.