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It's not really possible to tell from these photos. It is normal for the skin to be black (or bluish) in the areas where the dog has black hair. I have no idea with a chocolate, because I've never had one.
Belton marks would be seen in as small spots in the WHITE areas. On your b&w pup the spotswould be black, on the chocolate and white, they would be chocolate. But either could be Belton. (or not). I think they are still a little young to telll for sure.
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