Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Tech | By Constance Martin

Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10

Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10

The big tip-off: the S-Pen stylus doesn't come up as high on the Note 10 Pro, and there seems to be a fourth sensor on the back - perhaps a Time of Flight depth sensor, as appears on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

If you remember, the Note 10 Plus doesn't look a lot different from the smaller version, the Note 10, the official images of which leaked in the last month. But according to recent reports, Samsung is actually developing an updated version of this processor for the Galaxy Note 10 series called the Exynos 9825 which will be built on the newer 7-nanometer process and boost both performance and efficiency slightly. Users have also exhausted "clearing data" of the camera app, which seems to fix this temporarily but it still throws the error every now and then.

Moving on, as you may know, Galaxy S10 devices are receiving the June security update which brings the much awaited Night mode feature.

While we know nearly everything about the Galaxy Note 10 already, there are still several mysteries surrounding the screen sizes, cameras, names and more.

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From the renders, there are some interesting points to pick-up. In order to better differentiate the Galaxy Note 10 from previous devices, though, one pretty drastic upgrade in the form of a three-stage variable aperture lens is rumored.

Samsung is sticking to its popular big screen with curved edges. The front is nearly ALL screen on either phone. Have you seen any change regarding the front camera zoomed in issue after receiving the latest firmware or app update? On top of the all-black design, the phone's S Pen also only features the monochrome look. But here's the weird part, the button under the volume rockers is usually the Bixby button, so Samsung may have moved the power button to the left, or simply gotten rid of the power button which would be...uh, nonsensical.

Though Samsung manufactures the 48 MP Samsung GM-1 sensor, which is used on the Redmi Note 7S, the company has not yet launched a device with a 48 MP camera sensor. The Galaxy S10 still has a 3.5mm headphone port.

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