Infinity-O-Display, improved internal components, new S Pen … what’s not to like?
Samsung gets a tip to start a new performance-oriented Galaxy Note 10 series in a few months. The next generation mobile phone has a number of design features introduced earlier this year with the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus, and is based on the Galaxy Note 9 last summer.
Before launch, the popular Concept Creator channel on YouTube released a gorgeous, brilliant product video that showed how Galaxy Note 10 might look. And if this video is based on the latest rumors and whispers, it is an indication of what the final hardware will look like flagship – then it will be a terrific smartphone.
You can see the unofficial release on YouTube or in the built-in player above:
Concept Creator has created a beautiful video showing some of the biggest changes that will appear in the next entry in the Galaxy Note series. The video shows the display in the style of Infinity-O on Note 10. Contrary to the rumors that the Galaxy Note 10 received the same double selfie procedure as the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, the Concept Creator has a Handset with one front. The viewing lens in the center of the screen resembles the OnePlus 6T.
As you would expect from Samsung, there is a front panel display with two curved arcs and a curved rear glass case for wireless charging and a new PowerShare feature that charges other Qi-compatible devices from the back of the phone.
As we have seen over and over, Samsung seems to be using the same four-person camera setting as the Galaxy S10 5G for the next Galaxy Note. With the Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung integrated an advanced 3D camera with an hQVGA depth that enhances the bokeh-like artificial blur behind an object in photos with live focus and for the first time demonstrates the effect on video.
Samsung promises that in the future, a new depth-detection camera will include new modes and effects of augmented reality (AR).
Unfortunately, the Concept Creator video does not contain any of the expected improvements planned for the S Pen, adding many new features the last time Bluetooth was introduced.
In Galaxy Note 10, we expect a number of problems – with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or developed by Samsung Exynos 9820, which are likely to be on board the Note 10 – for ultrafast processing, video editing, and longer battery life.
However, it is possible that the Exynos chipset will be available on time to launch the Galaxy Note 10. Exynos 9825, which is expected to be released later this year, can improve phone performance, battery life, and 5G support.
Stay tuned for updates and news. Thank you very much!