Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphone to get four-camera setup, S-Pen camera: Price details and availability

The probable model number of Note 10 will be SM-N975F. If you notice the code number, it does not end with a ‘0’ like other Samsung Galaxy Note devices code numbers.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to get four cameras on back: Details

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 series has been unveiled and now we are waiting for the Galaxy Note 10. The Note 10 has been tipped get a massive 6.66-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with HDR10 capabilities. The aspect ratio will stay the same at 19.5:9 and will offer about 8 per cent more surface area. The new report about Samsung’s super-flagship was spotted by SamMobile and the report states that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will sport a quad-camera setup at the rear.

The probable model number of Note 10 will be SM-N975F. If you notice the code number, it does not end with a ‘0’ like other Samsung Galaxy Note devices code numbers. The major reason for this is speculated to be that the next Note could launch in both LTE and 5G variants. The 5G connectivity is not widely available as of yet.

It is not confirmed whether Samsung will carry forward the same quad-camera system from the Galaxy S10 5G model, or will it be bringing something new to the table. We assume to see a similar setup on the Galaxy Note 10.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has not yet been confirmed by Samsung yet but has already got a codename “Da Vinci” and although rumours have pointed towards the fact that Samsung may change the nomenclature for the Galaxy Note 10, we are not very sure, especially since the same was said for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.

There are other rumours as well which state that the Galaxy Note 10 may not retain the 3.5mm headphone jack at all. We saw the headphone jack getting eliminated from the recently unveiled Galaxy Fold as well. There have been other rumours too about Samsung integrating a camera sensor into the S-Pen. Samsung even filed a patent.

The next Galaxy Note 10, will be a hotbox of technologies then and will probably see it launching in its full glory by the end of this year sometime around IFA, which takes place around early September.

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Author: Core