It’s been a crazy month, with OnePlus and Asus launching their flagship devices and many waiting for Samsung Fold to debut. The next few months will see some manufacturers launching the most anticipated phones in the market, including Samsung, Apple, and Google. While Samsung Galaxy S10 siblings are getting love all over the globe, the Galaxy Note 10 is what people are most excited about. After all, it is a beefier version of the Samsung S series with added functionality. Rumors after rumors are making sure people won’t forget about the upcoming Note 10 but the new details are mind-blowing.
The beloved tipster Ice Universe tweeted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will deploy a new technology over a traditional earpiece which will produce vibrations. The purported Note 10 screen protectors also corroborate with the claims as there is no cutout for an earpiece. This also indicated that the phone might be thinner as compared to its previous generations.
Note 10’s “chin” is very narrow, the same level as the iPhone, no speaker grooves on the forehead, which means that the flagship Sound on Display(SoD) technology will replace the traditional speaker. The forehead will be narrower. pic.twitter.com/6aRGQIG0ee
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 19, 2019
Samsung introduced this technology with the recently launched Galaxy M40, which sits in the budget segment. The phone produces crispy audio vibration using the display. A report from last year mentions that Samsung had started working on the display-emitting sound technology. Notably, the LG G8 ThinQ debuted with the same technology earlier this month with a Crystal Sound OLED moniker that produces audio by mixing the bottom firing speaker with the piezoelectric speaker. Samsung might use similar technology.
THREE VARIABLE APERTURES?
In another tweet, Ice Universe claims that some Chinese engineers working for Samsung have tipped off that the Note 10 will sport triple rear camera with three variable apertures – f/1.5, f/1.8, and f/2.4, which is said to enhance the photos. The much smaller aperture should help to take in more light in dark scenarios, while the larger aperture maintains the sharpness of the daylight photos.
Critics are worried that the difference between the S Series and Note series is dwindling, which can’t be good for either of the flagship series. This new technology could attract more consumers who are looking to upgrade this summer. What do you think of the rumors? Will you be willing to buy one? Tell your opinions in the comments section below.