Samsung Galaxy Note10’s Camera Will Be The Same As Galaxy S10+’s But …
The popular tipster has appeared again today with a couple of tidbits about the upcoming Galaxy Note10. The device scheduled for launch in early August, however, details about it are already popping out everywhere. This time, the leak is related to the camera module inside the king of phablets.
According to the tipster, the Galaxy Note10 will use the same main camera as the Galaxy S10+. Since the S10+ came with a triple-camera module, we can expect the three sensors making an apparition on the Note10. However, when it comes to the upcoming handset, Samsung will implement a new exclusive feature.
Note10 uses the same main camera S5K2L4 as the Galaxy S10, but with the previous year, Samsung will add new features to it (there is a very technical feature), Note10 is the end of the 1.4μm camera, starting from S11, Samsung camera will be a new beginning. pic.twitter.com/Xc36rEalqB
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This particular feature described as a “very technical” one, could be a 3D Time-of-Flight camera. After all, we’ve been hearing rumors about this for quite some time. Since the Night Mode is something present across several Samsung devices, it’s unlikely that it will come as Note10’s icing on the cake.
Furthermore, the tipster states that the Galaxy Note10 will be the last flagship to use the 12MP 1/2.55″ 1.4μm sensor. This particular sensor has been around since the days of the Galaxy S7. However, with the Galaxy S11, the South-Korean maker will introduce a brand new configuration.
Earlier today, the device has paid a visit to GeekBench database. It confirmed the presence of an Exynos 9825 chipset along with 8GB of RAM. Specifically, the terminal with 8GB of RAM obtained a score of 4,495 points in single-core and 10,223 in multi-core.
The Samsung phablet is expected to go official on August 7.