The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is the next big thing on the brand's radar and if history is anything to go by, the next 2019 flagship will launch in August. While the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with a new radical design where the brand finally ditches the headphone jack; the big news about the smartphone is that it will come without any physical buttons. Instead of these keys, Samsung will add pressure-sensitive areas to denote where the volume rockers and the power key is located. This makes it an exciting device it itself.
Galaxy Note10 is Samsung's last 1/2.55-inch 1.4um CMOS flagship phone. Samsung has been using it for 4 years. Starting next year, Samsung S11 will adopt a new large-size large-pixel CMOS.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
While the above-mentioned news is the biggest leak about Samsung, noted industry tipster @IceUniverse who has in the past provided accurate information regarding Samsung handsets now claims that the next evolution of camera technology will make its way on the brand’s 2020 flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S11. The upcoming handset due next year will feature a new “large-size large-pixel CMOS.” With the handset coming with this new sensor size, the Galaxy Note 10 will be the last flagship from the brand to feature a ½.55um CMOS sensor which has been used for the past four years.
The same tipster goes on to share more information regarding the Galaxy Note 10 and claims that the handset will not feature optical zoom attributes that are found on rival smartphones like the Huawei P30 Pro. He states that Samsung tested adding a 10x optical zoom on the handset; however, it required a lot of space inside, thereby making it unfeasible for now. He also mentions that Samsung has developed its own 5x optical zoom sensors but will not be featured on the Galaxy Note 10. Instead, this sensor will make its way to the Samsung A-series devices; which has always been a platform where the brand adds cutting edge technology even before introducing it on its flagships.
Samsung has considered the 10x optical zoom phone project not long ago, which is stronger than the P30Pro's 5x, but it was eventually cancelled because it is too thick and doesn't look like a phone. If you give up the thin body because of this, this is what Samsung does not want— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
Although Samsung has developed and mass produced 5x optical zoom camera, but Samsung will not use it for flagship phones, maybe the future A series will adopt, maybe. The greater possibility is for external sales to Chinese brands.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
Elaborating on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 that’s out due in August, the handset will come with innovations that will make it a worthy upgrade over last year’s handset. The smartphone will come with a redesigned rear camera layout with a minimum of three shooters and as many as four rear sensors. As opposed to previous generation devices, this layout will be vertically stacked and not horizontally aligned like the Galaxy S10. Up front, the Galaxy Note 10 will come with a centrally located punch-hole camera that will fit up to two sensors. The handset is also expected to come with an S-Pen stylus with improved functionality and the battery will feature faster-charging technology. Lastly, you can expect the Galaxy Note 10 to have better photography capabilities in comparison to the S10.
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