Samsung 04 Jul
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 appears to be coming with some interesting features aside from just the regular specifications upgrade. And, a few of those impressive features are belonging to the camera area, well, if we go by the speculations circulating over the internet.
Now, according to a new spotting, this time of a trademark, Samsung has something called the DepthVision lens technology which we speculate could debut on the much-rumored Galaxy Note 10. Samsung has trademarked this tech but there are no details provided. The application was filed under Class 9 that covers aspect such as smartphone cameras, 3D scanning, and smartphone camera software. So, it’s safe to say the new tech is related to cameras and by the way, the name of the technology is clearly depicting this fact too.
The DepthVision lens tech seems to be related to 3D scanning which in turn could rely on Time of Flight sensors, something which the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to come with. A week ago, Samsung also recorded the name Make & Play 3D and this alludes the Galaxy Note 10 will bring something different compared to what the Galaxy S10 5G brought with itself. These seem to be some of those fascinating camera features that the company would bring with its new Note series. Among them is also a rumored feature that would offer vibrant photo clicks, thanks to three-step variable aperture.
Well, there’s so much to learn about the new Galaxy Note 10 series and the leaks and such reports will continue to come to enlighten us. Samsung has already confirmed it’s holding the Unpacked launch event on August 7th, so, we are just a month away from witnessing the next-gen Galaxy Note series.