Overview Of The Samsung Galaxy Note10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Although Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not yet released rumours are circulating about Galaxy Note 10. It’s about the Samsung we are gossiping about, so the rumour can be heard way before it unleashes. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to hit the market by September of 2018, so Galaxy Note 10 will apparently arrive late summer 2019. As the bezel-less trend has gained popularity in 2017, a completely bezel-less Galaxy Note 10 can be found along with a premium build.

Over the last few years, Samsung continued manufacturing its smartphones with a combination of glass and metal but it is not yet known whether this build will be continued. The major drawback of Note 8 was with its fingerprint sensor located on the rear next to the dual camera setup. As Galaxy Note series phones are being tall devices, it is difficult to reach the sensor. Samsung and its rival company Apple have been rumoured to be working on this but failed to achieve it in time for their recent handsets. We will be expecting the Note 9 and 10 to feature a fingerprint sensor embedded within the display. Samsung recently unveiled its latest flagship chipset, Exynos 9810 the new processor succeeding Exynos 8895 SoC which powers Samsung’s current flagship lineup including the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8. Built on 2nd-generation 10 nanometer (nm) process technology, the processor has 3rd-generation custom CPU cores, upgraded GPU, and gigabit LTE modem with industry-first 6CA support. Note 9 is likely to sport this processor and its successor Note 10 will be powered by the successor of Exynos 8895 SoC or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor. The Galaxy Note8 was accepted by a large group of customers as it supported both wireless charging and fast charging. The wireless dock makes charging as easy as putting your phone down. We can be sure of the fact that Note 10 will also support wireless charging and even faster-charging capability. This year’s Samsung flagships were granted with Bixby, a virtual assistant developed by Samsung. But it is not keeping up with its rivals Google assistant and Siri. By the time Note 10 launch, we can expect it to be a true virtual assistant. The Galaxy Note 10 is likely to arrive with at least Android Oreo with Samsung’s TouchWiz software over the top. The camera was one of the main features people buy a Note for and therefore it is possible that the company will continue to place close attention to it. Last but not the least we have to see whether Samsung will take things one level further and offer facial recognition like Apple does on its iPhone X.


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