Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phablets will get a new design and other cameras

At the end of summer or early autumn, Samsung should present new Galaxy Note 10 phablets. Four versions are expected at once:

Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Pro, as well as their 5G versions. Well-known insider Ice Universe found out the main features of the new products and shared this information on social networks.


First of all, the appearance of the new flagships will change. They will receive a display with an aspect ratio of 19:9, so the smartphones will become more elongated, and the frames around the screen will be even smaller.

The location of the front camera will also change. There is a round cutout for it, like the Galaxy S10, only it will no longer be in the corner, but most likely in the middle.


The main camera will also be different.More precisely, the modules will be the same as those of the Galaxy S10, only their location will change. Most likely it will be vertical. In addition, the camera will “move” to the upper left corner. This “arrangement” will allow the installation of capacious batteries: according to rumors, these will be 4300 and 4500 mAh batteries.

Let's remember that the Galaxy S10 camera has a main module12 megapixels with a variable f/1.5–2.4 aperture, optical stabilization and a viewing angle of 77°, a second 12 megapixel camera for zoom with an f/2.4 aperture and an optical stabilization system, a viewing angle of 45°. The third is ultra-wide-angle, 16 megapixels, viewing angle 123°, f/2.2, without stabilizer and autofocus. Probably, the Galaxy Note 10 camera will be the same, and the Pro version will add a special Time-of-Flight sensor for the blur effect.

As for the front camera, it will also remain unchanged: 10 MP, f/1.9, plus a ToF sensor for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

What else

In addition, a new type of UFS 3.0 memory is expected, like the OnePlus 7 Pro. Let's remember that the Galaxy S10 series uses UFS 2.1.

According to rumors, the new products will have 6.28, 6 displays.4, 6.7 and 6.75 inches. All versions will receive a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9810 processor and, possibly, an S-Pen stylus with a built-in camera (company patents hint at this). They also promise six colors at once.