On its way of recovering after the Galaxy Fold fallout, the company is working on new products. First on their list is Galaxy Note 10, expected to be launched in about three months.
In terms of design, the phone is supposed to look like the Galaxy S10, even though it will still integrate Note’s S Pen stylus.
According to the latest rumors, there will be two distinct Note 10 versions, each of them coming with a 5G twin. Plus, the smartphone should show off an improved display design and faster battery charging.
According to Samsung insider Ice Universe, a major camera upgrade won’t be the case for Galaxy Note 10 series.
Although the company used to focus on more megapixels in terms of camera performance in previous years, it has now realized that the focus wasn’t necessarily providing a better camera experience.
On that note, the leaker announced on his Twitter account that the Galaxy Note 10 won’t use that 64-megapixel or 48-megapixel sensor previously announced by the company. Even so, he thinks the quality of the camera won’t suffer whatsoever.
Just like the premium S10 phones, the Galaxy Note 10 series should sport multi-lens main camera modules.
Meanwhile, the company confirmed that is testing the new Isocell Bright sensors scheduled for mass production by the end of the year. Most likely, the mid-range phones from Samsung will make use of the sensor.
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