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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to feature quad rear cameras | Report

26 February 2019 2

Samsung is known for releasing two flagship lineups in a year where one is about Galaxy S smartphones and another is about Galaxy Note phablets. As we have already seen the Galaxy S10 lineup for the year, the focus now shifts to the phablet likely to be called Galaxy Note 10. And now, a new report has surfaced online revealing a few crucial details regarding the same.

This particular report is coming from SamMobile citing anonymous sources. The report claims that the Galaxy Note 10 will be sporting quad rear cameras and model number SM-N975F. This is expected to be the second Samsung flagship with four cameras on the back panel after the Galaxy S10 5G launch. Although, it is not confirmed whether the upcoming phablet will use exactly the same camera setup as the flagship smartphone or there will be some change.

As for the model number, the last digit is "5" instead of "0" which is said to be due to the reason that it is likely for the Galaxy Note 10 5G variant. If this actually happens, there is likely to be a 4G LTE model as well because 5G will not be a mainstream connectivity option by the end of this year itself.

Other details regarding the Galaxy Note 10 are currently unknown but as Galaxy S10 series is now official, we should be hearing more rumors and leaks related to the phablet. We will keep you updated as more information will appear.


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