With a few months still to go for the launch of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the leaks and rumours of the device are trickling in at a steady pace. The last we heard about the handset was that the primary rear shooter would feature a new 64MP sensor, which will put it head and shoulders above the competition; however, this leak was shot down. Now, prominent Samsung tipster @IceUniverse has claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, codenamed Da Vinci will come with a different camera layout as opposed to previous generations as they will be vertically stacked.
As usual, the recent tweet by @IceUniverse is cryptic and the leakster states that there will be two major changes — the first being a change in the front camera’s position and the second one is the change in the rear cameras position.
Previous rumours have suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 will feature three rear cameras and they will be aligned vertically. The other rumoured change is that with the upcoming handset, you will get a punch-hole style camera cutout in the screen as there won’t be any forehead here. The camera configuration is expected to be similar to the Galaxy S10 and you can expect no other changes here apart from the layout.
Galaxy S11 R & D code: Picasso pic.twitter.com/AOtMq61Rou— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2019
@IceUniverse has shed some light on the Samsung Galaxy S11 as well and claims that it will be codenamed, Picasso. Other than this, no other information has been made available.
For those not in the know, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to launch in two sizes and four variations with two of them being 5G capable devices. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to debut by August so expect a significant amount of leaks prior to its official unveiling.
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