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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may not feature the latest ISOCELL Bright camera sensor

12 May 2019 2

Samsung launched new 64MP ISOCELL CMOS sensor recently and it was assumed that this new sensor will embrace the upcoming Galaxy Note device. But, courtesy of Ice Universe, it’s turned out that the Galaxy Note 10 will not have this camera upgrade.

Samsung is one of those companies which produce some best camera smartphones. And, not using the latest 64MP sensor for its upcoming flagship doesn’t mean the device will lack in quality. Galaxy S10 doesn’t feature 48MP but still, it churns out better results than the phones with 48MP and that’s what the leaker says as well while explaining to the followers who were expecting just more.

Samsung Galaxy S10 phones feature multi-lens camera modules and the same would come to Galaxy Note 10 as well. The S10 and S10+ feature triple-lens cams, while the S10 5G has four lenses on the back. However, the configuration of the multi-lens camera module of the Galaxy Note 10 is unknown for now, though it’s reported to have a quad rear camera.

It should also be noted that while announcing the new ISOCELL Bright camera sensors, Samsung announced that the sensors are currently sampling and will hit the mass production in the second half of the year. Samsung also outsources its semiconductors to OEMs, so it’s possible that we see someone else utilizing the new ISOCELL sensors on its phone.

Samsung announces its new Galaxy Note series in August every year, so this way, we are nearly three months away from the launch of the Galaxy Note 10. And, there’s much more to be learned about the device. So stay tuned.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may not feature the latest ISOCELL Bright camera sensor
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StefanieRoy

Considering the top of the cream Galaxy S10, yes, there is the triple camera setup. with 16MP ultrawide sensor. But still it's doing well than the crop of 48MP camera phones around.

PaigeHalston

If anyone had made up his mind of purchasing the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 for that thumping 64MP reading this will be a dampener. But is the news confirmed of the ISOCELL Bright camera sensor missing in the Galaxy Note 10?

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