Last week, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone with quad rear cameras, making it the first Samsung flagship to come with that many cameras at the back. And, according to the latest report, the second Samsung flagship coming with a quad-camera setup at the back will be the Galaxy Note 10.
According to a report by SamMobile, a Samsung device with model number SM-N975F, said to be the Galaxy Note 10, will sport four cameras at the back. The smartphone might also come with 5G support, but you can expect Samsung to launch a 4G variant as well because 5G will likely not be ready for prime time till the end of this year.
That said, we can also expect the Note 10 to feature Infinity-O display, dual front cameras, and an ultra-sonic in-display fingerprint scanner.
The Galaxy Note 10 will succeed the Galaxy Note9 that was launched last year in August. It came with dual cameras at the back accompanied by a conventional fingerprint scanner. It is powered by Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 SoC depending on the region. The Galaxy Note 10, however, will likely be powered by Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855. It will probably come with 8 GB RAM, but we won’t be surprised if Samsung offers it with 12 GB RAM as well.
Details about the Galaxy Note 10 are scarce right now because it’s still early to expect any information about this flagship. But, if anything pops up, we will share it with you.