Samsung recently revealed that it will be hosting the “Unpacked” event on 7th August to launch the next-generation Galaxy Note series smartphones — Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Now, the lens maker for the upcoming smartphones Kolen has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10 will come featuring 3D ToF sensor, which is used for the bokeh effect, AR applications and face recognition.
However, it is being reported that the standard Galaxy Note 10 variant may not feature the ToF camera and such camera setup could be limited to the larger Galaxy Note 10+ model only. Further, the larger variant is also believed to feature two ToF modules – one on the front and other on the back – similar to the Galaxy S10 5G.
This time, the company is expected to launch two models in the Galaxy Note 10 series, one standard and other Pro, a bigger variant. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to feature a 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity display and may come with up to 12 GB of RAM.
It will run the Android Pie-based One UI operating system and be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset or Exynos processor, based on the region of availability.
As for the pricing, a Russian publication reports that the Galaxy Note 10 will set you back between $1,100 – $1,200, which roughly converts to Rs 75,000 and Rs 85,000.
Samsung launched the all-new Galaxy M-series of smartphones earlier this year and also revamped the Galaxy A lineup. The move comes as the company ditched the Galaxy J series of budget smartphones.
The Galaxy M series phones are exclusively available for purchase through the online channel only while the Galaxy A series is for the offline market. So far, the company has launched four phones in this lineup — Galaxy M10, M20, M30 and most recently the Galaxy M40.
Reports about a new variant of the Galaxy M30 has been making rounds since past few weeks and now it is being reported that the Samsung Galaxy M30s could get launched in India next month.
The reports also suggest that the new version of M30 that may hit the market with Galaxy M30s moniker is now reportedly in the production process in the Noida facility in India. Currently, the manufacturing process is in the starting phase and it will take some time for its mass production to begin in full swing.
Rumors indicate that the upcoming Galaxy M30s has a model number of SM-M307F while the existing Galaxy M30 has model number SM-M305. The handset is likely to be slotted in between the Galaxy M30 and Galaxy M40.
The upcoming smartphone is expected to be powered by the company’s Exynos 9610 chipset and 4 GB of RAM. The listing also revealed that the smartphone is loaded with Android 9 Pie OS with Samsung’s own custom interface on top.
It is expected to be available in two storage options — 64 GB and 128 GB. A recent leak also revealed that the smartphone may release in three color options — Blue, Black, and White.