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Information About Upcoming Samsung Products Surfaced Online; Galaxy S11 Series, Note 10 Lite, And Galaxy Buds

The South Korean electronics giant Samsung’s upcoming flagship devices are making noise from the past couple of weeks, and we are hearing about the upcoming Galaxy S11 series on a steady basis. Well, today we got more information about multiple Galaxy products such as a Galaxy S11 series, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, and the Galaxy Buds. The new information reveals the color options and some other vital details. So, without wasting any time let’s check out all the available information on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy products.

According to the latest information, the regular variant of the Galaxy S11 will be available in three color options – Black, Grey, and Blue. It is also tipped that lite variant of the S11 series i.e. Galaxy S11e will be official in Blue, Grey, and Pink color.

Furthermore, the source also suggests that the company will unveil the Galaxy S10 Lite in Black, Blue, and White colors, while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite will available in Red, Silver (possibly Aura Silver), and Black color options.

Lastly, the source claims that the company is developing its wearable and that’s dubbed as Galaxy Buds with model number SM-R175. The device is expected to unveil in four colors: Blue, Pink, Black, and White.

So, that’s all the information we have at this moment of time. As the company will launch the new devices in the next year, we have plenty of time and that will give more leaks and rumours in the coming days. We recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.

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