At MWC 2019, Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy S10 5G in which one of the main differences between the 5G variant and the other Galaxy S10 models (besides the 5G connectivity) is that it will feature a quad-camera setup on the back. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Samsung use four cameras on the back. That honor previously went to the Samsung Galaxy A9.
Now according to a report from SamMobile, Samsung could be looking to continue with that design trend with its Galaxy Note 10, the company’s second flagship smartphone that will be launched in the later part of the year. We’re not sure what kind of camera setup the Note 10 could use, like whether it will just use the same setup as the 5G Galaxy S10, or if it could feature different sensors and lenses.
We suppose this doesn’t really come as a surprise as Samsung has since launched two smartphones with four cameras, and what better way to set the Note 10 apart from the Galaxy S10 handsets than with a quad-camera setup on the back. Not much else is known about the Note 10 for now, but with it being a flagship smartphone of 2019, we can probably expect the usual hardware like the use of Qualcomm and/or Samsung’s latest chipsets, a large display, S Pen support, and 6-8GB of RAM.
Take it with a grain of salt for now, but we expect that more details about the Note 10 will leak over the coming month where hopefully we’ll be able to confirm these reports.