Published: Wed, July 10, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s stylus reportedly holding the phone back

Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s stylus reportedly holding the phone back

Does it still make sense to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 10, when the S11 will likely have a larger battery and better screen, and be otherwise almost identical?

Several images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have leaked out, showing off the device in two color options: black and silver with a gradient design.

Though Samsung manufactures the 48 MP Samsung GM-1 sensor, which is used on the Redmi Note 7S, the company has not yet launched a device with a 48 MP camera sensor. The latter houses what's expected to be a 10-megapixel selfie snapper and is paired with curved edges along either side of the displays and a slightly thicker chin that should be barely noticeable in person.

While the camera zoomed in problem on Samsung Galaxy S10 devices awaits a fix, going by the information shared by Snapchat support on their official website, this glitch isn't limited to Samsung phones. As an added bonus for the larger device, an Time-of-Flight sensor has also been added to the rear.


There haven't been any leaks or rumors related to the Galaxy Note 10 on T-Mobile, but considering that T-Mo has sold Samsung's previous Galaxy Note phones, it seems likely that the Note 10 will be available from T-Mobile as well.

But alas, Samsung isn't talking about what it has planned and it removed the video from the Indonesia Twitter page soon after it was mistakenly published.

The 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 will have 256GB base storage, according to a new report. However, the cameras do often struggle in intermediate use cases, hence the upgraded system on the Galaxy Note 10. For the U.S. market, as is often the case, the flagship will reportedly make use of Qualcomm's top-of-the-range Snapdragon 855 paired with a minimum of 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. A source that's usually accurate has posted the first press renders of the Galaxy Note 10.

Moving on, as you may know, Galaxy S10 devices are receiving the June security update which brings the much awaited Night mode feature.

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