New details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 camera


Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Everything seems to indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be the first of the second half-year flagships to be introduced. The pencil terminal will become official on August 7. But, as usual, we already have virtually all the data about it. And the few that could have under the sleeve, Samsung seems to be unveiling it during these days. Today, for example, we have known that the main camera of the Note 10 will have a new function that could greatly improve the photographic quality of the device.

New details about the camera of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Galaxy Note 10

The information has been leaked thanks to the official record submitted by the manufacturer this week. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have a system called “AI ISO” or “Smart ISO”. If we look at the name, it seems that Samsung has implemented an Artificial Intelligence system capable of controlling the camera’s ISO. This smart system would automatically adjust the ISO values ​​based on the lighting conditions. In addition, the report ensures that the terminal will remember our preferences in the resulting shots. Thus refining the system better over time.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 offers an ISO range of between 50 and 800. The manufacturer has decided to incorporate an intelligent system that controls this feature. It could also mean an increase in the ISO range. However, this would be confirmed.

On the other hand, it is not the only novelty that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 camera could bring. If we pay attention to previous rumors, Samsung could have implemented an intermediate step in the variable aperture system. As we saw a few days ago, this could now change between f/1.5, f/1.8 and f/2.4. In addition, the Note 10 will include a ToF sensor, which we will see what it brings when the terminal is presented.

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