Samsung, the electronic major is geared up to launch its next flagship smartphones at an ‘Unpacked’ event on August 7, 2019. We already know that the upcoming flagship devices will be Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, courtesy of subtle hints that the company gave through the launch invitation. Additionally, we have also seen plenty of leaks and rumours of the devices on the internet. Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Flagship Smartphone To Come With ToF Camera: Report
Ahead of August 7 launch, a hand-on video of dummy Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus have surfaced on the internet. The video showcases the overall design of the flagship smartphones and confirms the rumours concerned with features and design.
Going by the video, the foremost difference we can notice is the size of the device in comparison to the predecessor. The Galaxy Note 10 sports a 6.3-inch display whereas the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a 6.8-inch display. Another interesting thing to notice is that the smartphones will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack and the customers will have to rely on Bluetooth or Type-C earphones. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Might Support 45W Fast Charging Technology: Report.
The video also reveals that the camera module positioning also has been changed in next generation Galaxy Note series phones. At the rear, the camera setup is now placed on the left side top corner with vertically stacked sensors. At the front, the camera module is positioned in the center.
According to the media reports, the Galaxy Note 10 will sport a triple rear camera whereas the bigger Note 10 Plus could get quad camera setup at the rear. The Galaxy Note 10 will get a primary snapper along with telephoto lens and an ultra-wide lens. The fourth sensor on Galaxy Note 10 will be a ToF lens as seen on the Galaxy S10 5G.