The reputed and pretty reliable tipster, IceUniverse, has revealed on Twitter that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10, that goes by the Da Vinci codename, will have a different camera array in front, and rear when compared to the last year’s Note 9.
With different position, when it comes to the front camera, we believe that this move consists of Samsung moving it inside the display. In other words, the handset selfie will make a move to the punch-hole design, and that isn’t a surprise, after all, it’s the main characteristic of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series and a standard for current Samsung high-end smartphones.
Da Vinci's two biggest changes:
1.Change the front camera position
2.Change the rear camera position
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2019
The main design change will be present in the rear part of the upcoming smartphone. The triple camera on the rear is rumored to switch from a horizontal arrangement to a vertical one. Apart from this, the specifications are reportedly the same as those on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. This belief comes after previous rumors pointed to the presence of a new Samsung 64MP sensor on the Note10, however, this new camera should be kept for the Galaxy S11, the “Picasso.”
The 64MP uses a Quad Bayer structure to churn out pixel-binned 16MP photos. While the Galaxy Note series is slightly overpowered in comparison with the S smartphones, but during the last years, we’ve been seeing both flagships approaching in specifications. With the new Note10 we expect to see a smartphone that goes close the Galaxy S10 Plus, with design changes, and of course a new S-Pen. However, there are rumors about a Galaxy Note 10 Pro, this one should be Samsung’s most powerful smartphone to the date, and should be a refinement over the Galaxy S10 5G variant.