Galaxy Note 10 + Will Feature Four Rear Camera Sensors, EUV SoC


Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 lineup is due to be official in two weeks from now. Therefore, it's safe to assume that Samsung has finalized the device, and provided instructions for manufacture and assembly to its facilities. As this information makes rounds, we're lucky to have a great leak for the Note 10 Plus today. The 10 Plus will be Samsung's new addition to the Note lineup, with the device offering premium specifications and features to those who are willing to shoulder the price. Take a look below for more details.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus Will Feature A 6.8" Display And Top-of-the-line Processors Claims A Fresh Report For Device

It's been reported for several months now that a Galaxy Note 10 variant will feature a Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera sensor. Samsung introduced this feature first on the 5G Galaxy S10, and now the company is looking confident to inculcate it into a device that will ship in larger quantities. Larger quantities, as you'd have guessed, increase the chance for product malfunctions, and Samsung's been desperate to avoid these ever since the Note 7's international failure.

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Today's report from @Onleaks corroborates earlier details for the gadget. It repeats claims that either the Snapdragon 855 Plus or the Exynos 9825 fabricated on 7nm will power the gadget. IF this is true, then Samsung will not only have to provide the Note 10 Plus with a robust colling system, but the company will finally have overtaken Apple in introducing a top-of-the-shelf smartphone processor on a flagship gadget.

The report also claims that only one variant of the Galaxy Note 10 will be available for purchase. This one will run on 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. Rear camera specifications for the gadget include 12MP Primary, 16MP Ultra-Wide, 12MP Zoom and a DepthVision Time of Flight camera sensor. The ToF sensor, in particular, will give the Note 10 Plus a nice edge over Apple's iPhone 11 Max, since the iPhone lineup will introduce this sensor next year.

Samsung's 6.8" phablet will draw power from a 4,500mAh battery and feature 15W reverse power-sharing. Users will have the option to use either Samsung's 25W or 45W charger with the device, with the former being included inside the Galaxy Note 10 Plus' retail box. The phablet will also be one of Samsung's first gadgets with UFS 3.0 storage.

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