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Galaxy Note 10 to hold this camera arrangement; Alleged Galaxy Note 10e has smaller battery

29 May 2019 4

We are quite far away from the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 which means we will continue to see leaks and speculations till then. Now we have a couple more of them since the phablet is one of the most awaiting devices of the year and everyone seems too much interested in this. According to the latest leak, the Galaxy Note 10 is going to have its triple rear cameras set up on the left side, contrary to what the previous leak disclosed.

As you could see in the shared image, the triple rear cameras setup seems to have a module similar to what the successor of iPhone XS is expected to come with. It looks weird on the apparent iPhone XI and it would look unusual on the Galaxy Note 10 as well, considering if the latest leak is true. It’s postulated that the side cameras have been chosen to accommodate the rumored larger battery since the 5G would require that. Previous leaks have conveyed that the device would feature a tall 19:9 aspect ratio display and having a bigger battery means Samsung would need to shuffle things around and the camera is one such component that needs a good position to place inside.

Just after this tip, a concept render has also appeared which you can see in the featured image.

Well, moving on, a report from Galaxy Club claims that the Galaxy Note 10 will have a small 3,400mAH battery. Well, this alludes the Galaxy Note 10 will have a lighter version of itself which it may end up calling Galaxy Note 10e. This is smaller than Galaxy Note 9’s and now it’s believable that the speculated 4,300mAH battery is for the 5G variant which may land up as Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

We are yet to get more insights into these reports. So stay tuned while we connect you with more such stuff.



Samsung Galaxy Note to hold this camera arrangement and smaller battery capacity
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