“The Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly pack the same camera sensor as the Galaxy S10 smartphone”
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 ‘Unpack’ event is scheduled for the second week of August in New York, US. The details about the handsets have already been popping everywhere. Now, it has been reported that the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 smartphone could come with the same camera sensor as the Galaxy S10, though with an additional feature. While we are not sure of the additional feature, it could be a 3D ToF lens that has been on leaks and rumours for quite some time. Moreover, the phablet will most likely have the regular Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC instead of the all-new Snapdragon 855+ mobile platform that was recently launched.
According to the popular tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 10 will have S5K2L4 as the main sensor on its triple camera setup at the back. Notably, the sensor is the same as the Galaxy S10’s primary sensor, with 12-megapixel resolution. The tipster further adds that there will be a “very technical” additional feature, and the handset could be the last Samsung flagship to employ 12MP 1/2.55″ 1.4μm sensor. Samsung has been using this particular sensor since its Galaxy S7 smartphone, and the next year’s Galaxy S11 could come with a brand new configuration.
Apart from this, many suspected that the Galaxy Note 10 could be the world’s first smartphone to make use of Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855+ chipset, which is nothing but an incremental upgrade to the regular Snapdragon 855 SoC. However, it appears this will not be the case. WinFuture reports the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature a newer Exynos chip than found in the Galaxy S10 series, while the US models of the handset will feature the original Snapdragon 855 processor. Samsung is yet to confirm the details, so stay tuned in for further updates.