Monday, 24 June, 2019

Leak offers Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 Pro/Plus details

Report claims Samsung has fixed two major problems with its new foldable phone Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Color Options Leaked Ahead Of Release
Cecil Davis | 22 May, 2019, 04:30

For some reasons, Samsung is going all artistic with Galaxy S11 as the phone is codenamed "Picasso".

It's worth noting also that these camera changes are apparently the Note 10's "two biggest changes", so the design might otherwise be very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

As a direct effect of this change, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro are expected to adopt small camera cutouts on their respective displays, like the Galaxy S10 series that was released earlier this year. The display change and the camera change go hand in hand, as a taller display will eliminate bezels, requiring Samsung to drill a hole in the screen for the front-facer, like in the case of the Galaxy S10.

The new codename suggests the presence of some artistic features on the Galaxy S11. The Galaxy Note and Galaxy S designs wouldn't have confused fans in previous years, but using the same Galaxy S10 design for the Note 10 might. This is mostly due to space constraints, as the Note10 will have larger batteries which will take up most of the space inside the phone.

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Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have started to roll in recently and the latest states that both front and rear cameras will have a different position to those on the Galaxy Note 9. Note 10 will deploy "stable and mature" tech, while Samsung's Galaxy A line will deliver "radical innovation", according to his statements. The tipster, however, did not specify details as to how this will look in the Galaxy Note 10 Pro smartphone.

Accompanying these will be a 16-megapixel camera coupled with a super-wide-angle lens.

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