At the Unpacked event in San Francisco last week, South Korean chaebol Samsung introduced its latest flagship Galaxy S10 series smartphones. In most areas, the latest Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are significant upgrades over their predecessors.
Along with the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, the company also launched the Galaxy S10e, which is its answer to Apple’s iPhone XR. Now that the Galaxy S10 series has been launched, Samsung is focusing on its second flagship smartphone of 2019, which will likely be launched as the Galaxy Note 10. According to a new report from SamMobile, the Galaxy Note 9 successor will come equipped with not three but four cameras on the back.
The new report claims the Galaxy Note 9 successor bears the model number SM-N975F. Its key selling point is tipped to be a quad-camera setup at the rear, just like the Galaxy S10 5G. What remains to be seen, though, is if the Galaxy Note 10 will feature the exact same setup that is used on the Galaxy S10 5G.
Seeing how last year’s Galaxy Note 9 uses the exact same camera hardware as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, there is a good chance that the Galaxy Note 10 will be no different from the Galaxy S10 5G in the camera department. While the phablet may not come with upgraded camera sensors, we do expect Samsung to introduce a few new software features to enhance the overall camera experience.
Apart from the quad-camera setup, the report suggests Samsung may decide to introduce a new moniker for the Galaxy Note 9 successor, instead of launching it as the “Note 10”. There is also a possibility of the phablet coming in 4G as well as 5G variants in various markets. Another major selling point of the upcoming flagship phablet could be a bigger Infinity-O display with an improved screen-to-body ratio.