The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is just a few weeks away. Most of the details related to the phone have already been detected through leaks. A source from the Korean brand, who had previously made available online leaks to this phone, has given a hint about some of the features of the Future Galaxy smartphones. According to a tweet from Ice Universe, Galaxy Note 10 will be the last phone that will come with 1.4 microphix sensor. In further tweets, it was said that Samsung Devices’ next launch will be the ‘new beginning’.
Note 10’s primary camera is S5K2L4 like Galaxy S10’s camera. Note 10 will be the last phone, which will come with the 1.4μm camera. Samsung’s camera will be a new beginning.
Another tweet of this Twitter handle says that Samsung’s next Galaxy device will have 10x optical zoom and 108MP camera sensor. At the moment, the biggest sensor in the phone camera is 48MP and the manufacturers have worked on up to 64MP sensors. Therefore, sensors above 100MP do not seem to be fictional. With this, if 10x optical zoom is added, then our smartphone will have to see a big change in the power of the camera. However, it can not be said now whether this feature will be seen in Samsung’s next device. If this feature came, this would be the next big evolution of the smartphone camera.
Details of Galaxy Note 10:
This phone is likely to be offered with All-New DeX mode. It will convert any HDTV to desktop computer. At the same time, it is also being said that the phone will have 20W wireless charger facility. One US FCC listing was revealed that the phone will be offered with 15W wireless charger. Now it is being said that the phone will be offered with 20W Fast Charging support, which will be done with the new wireless charger.
A snapdragon 855 variant of Galaxy Note 10 will also be made available, whose model number is SM-970V. It was listed on Geekbench last month. If we talk about scores, then EkConos version is better than single-core test snapdragon. At the same time, the multi-core scores are almost identical. Even before this, there were many reports about the phone.