With mass production set to begin in the second half of the year, there's definitely a chance that this new sensor could debut in the upcoming Galaxy Note 10.
According to the latest rumors, there will be two distinct Note 10 versions, each of them coming with a 5G twin.
The phone will look like those from the Galaxy S10 series in terms of design, and it will come with Note's remaining signature feature - the S Pen stylus. In fact Samsung was among the first phone companies to bring a three and four camera setup phones to the consumers. The 5G Samsung phone incorporates the same first three cameras from the Galaxy S10 and S10+ which are accompanied by a fourth Time of Flight (ToF) camera to capture 3D depth data. The Samsung Galaxy A50 has started to receive the first OTA update which brings in some awesome changes. But the Galaxy S10 series proves that Samsung hasn't completely lost its mojo.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been spotted with model number SM-N975F. The Samsung Galaxy A9 comes with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with Full HD+ resolution and is powered by a 3,800mAh battery with support for Fast Charging.
We've seen how Samsung has to deal with the outcome of the biggest flop, ever since Galaxy Note 7.
A few days back, Samsung said that it'll release the May security package for some of the devices and also revealed what the fixes will be delivered with the update.
But the leaks have shown an awesome camera upgrade, coming from Samsung's image sensor department that won't appear in the Galaxy Note 10 series. In the first quarter of this year, Samsung's share of India's premium smartphones (over US$430) market reached 45 percent in the first quarter, eclipsing OnePlus' 27 percent.