Galaxy Note 10 Will Support Zoom Audio, Display & Battery Details Also Revealed
Samsung will soon announce the 10th generation of its Galaxy Note smartphones which will be carrying the “Note 10” branding. Reports in the past claimed that like the Galaxy S10 lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup will have four variants including the “e” variant, “+” variant, “5G” variant and a standard variant. However, a technology blog based out of Greek suggests that the device will only be offered in two variant.
Besides, the source has also revealed key details of the two Galaxy Note 10 variants which are as follows:In term of display, the economical Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variant will have a 6.3 inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution while the second variant will have a 6.8 inch AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution. The former will weigh 168 grams while the latter will weigh 198 grams.
Notably, both the smartphones will skip on a 3.5 mm jack which reportedly allows adding 100 mAh of their respective batteries. Speaking of battery, the smaller Galaxy Note 10 will pack a 3500 mAh battery whereas the high-end variant will have 4,300 mAh battery.
Although both variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will support fast charging the affordable variant will support 25 W charging whereas the top-of-the-line handset will support 45 W fast charging. Noteworthy, Samsung will not supply a 45 W charger within the box and it will be sold separately as an accessory.
The S-Pen that is a staple to Galaxy Note lineup of smartphones will also be present on the Note 10. However, the new stylus pen will boast of new features including support of touchless gestures. Also, while taking notes, the new S-Pen will produce an artificial sound which will replicate the sound of writing on paper with a highlight marker.
A distinguishing photography feature that the Galaxy Note 10 is bound to get is “zoom audio”. The feature is similar to what LG had showcased a couple of years ago. As the name suggests, the zoom audio feature increases the levels of volume captured as a user zooms into a video. To help better understand the following is an example. If a user is capturing video of a running tap and he zooms into the frame, the volume of the audio recording will also increase which mimics an immersive experience.
Finally, with the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung has reportedly done away with the dedicated Bixby button. Instead, the toggle switch to the Voice Assistant will be incorporated into the power button as observed with the Huawei P30 Pro.
Although the current leak does not reveal any details about like the chipset or camera resolution of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10, interested readers can review them here.
In order to confirm all the claims and obtain the official pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 smartphones, we won’t have to wait for long as their launch is scheduled for the 7th of August at the Unpacked event which will take place in New York.