Galaxy Note 10 tipped to feature quad-camera setup
Samsung to bring 4 cameras onto the rear of its flagship Galaxy Note 10, according to yet another scoop from The Bell.
The site, which claims to have got its information from several industry officials, says the larger Note 10 model will pack a quad-camera array similar to that found on the Galaxy S10 5G, which today made its debut in South Korea.
If it does adopt the same setup as Samsung's first 5G smartphone, expect to find a horizontally-aligned array comprising a 12MP lens with OIS, a 16MP ultra-wide lens, a 12MP telephoto lens and a 3D hQVGA depth-sensing camera.
These quad cameras will be reserved for the higher-specced Note 10, the report claims, with the smaller Note 10e tipped to sport a triple-camera setup.
While previous rumors had pointed to a 6.66in screen on the flagship model, The Bell has also heard that the Note 10 will sport a larger 6.75in screen.