Rumored camera and hardware specifications for upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaked; possible August launch
An anonymous source has been apparently sharing information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with SlashGear. Some of the rumored specifications are already well-known; however, there are new details about some of the hardware and the possible camera setup. The Note 10, which might not even bear that name upon release, should come with a 6.6-inch or 6.66-inch Super AMOLED screen that offers a 1440x3040 resolution and about 505 ppi. Screen-to-body ratio is expected to be more than 89%.
In terms of camera hardware, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could feature a dual selfie shooter setup, consisting of a 10 MP sensor (f/1.9, 26 mm) and 8 MP depth sensor (f/2.2, 22 mm). As pointed out in the aforementioned report, that would be the same setup as the Galaxy S10+. However, the Note 10 is expected to have more to offer on its rear:
- main: 12 MP, f/1.5, 26 mm, 1/2.55″, optical image stabilization, dual pixel PDAF
- telephoto: 12 MP, f/2.4, 52 mm, 1/3.6″, optical image stabilization, 1.0µm pixel size, autofocus, 2x optical zoom
- ultra-wide: 16 MP, f/2.2, 12 mm
- 3D: Time of Flight 3D scanner camera
Along with that, buyers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may get an SD855/Exynos 9820 SoC (region variants), 5G modem, possibly UFS 3.0 storage, and they might even experience Samsung’s new 10 nm-class 12 GB LPDDR4X RAM’s smartphone abilities. Let’s not forget the inclusion of an S-Pen with a camera and the range of bright colors, either. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is starting to look like it will completely eclipse the brand-new S10 lineup, and it could be revealed as soon as August 8 with a possible full release date of August 23 suggested.