Wait for Better Cameras
Samsung always makes significant improvements to its hardware so if the Galaxy Note 9's features aren't enough for you, think about waiting for the Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy Note 9 offers excellent performance, outstanding battery life, a huge vibrant display, a lot of storage, and solid cameras that are backed by an array of software features that will help you shoot great photos and video.
The Galaxy Note 9 is good enough for most people, but some of you might want to stick around for the Galaxy Note 10's upgrades.
One version of the Galaxy Note 10 is reportedly coming with four cameras in the rear which means it could share some things in common with the Galaxy S10 5G. The Galaxy S10 5G comes with a Quadruple Camera with Dual OIS.
This means you'll be able to shoot Live Focus (also known as Bokeh) videos and enable additional Augmented Reality (AR) experiences on the device.
The company says it's now mass-producing a new 5x optical zoom camera module. And while there's hope for the Galaxy Note 10, it's unconfirmed.
Samsung's also confirmed a new 64-megapixel camera. The company notes that the new ISOCELL Bright GW1 and GM2 "are currently sampling and are expected to be in mass production in the second half of this year" which falls in line with the Galaxy Note 10's release.
However, it looks like the camera will miss the Note 10. Ice Universe claims the Samsung Note 10 will not use 64MP CMOS. This is essentially the nail in the coffin.
A report from Korean site ETNews states that the new 64MP camera will be installed on the upcoming Galaxy A70S. The device will reportedly arrive sometime in the second half of the year.
The report also states that the Note 10 will not be equipped with this sensor, backing up Ice Universe's earlier claims.
He also claims Samsung will change the position of the front and rear-facing cameras. Samsung has been putting the rear camera in the top left corner on some phones so there's speculation that it will do the same with the Note 10.
As for the front-facing camera, it could wind up in the center of the screen similar to the iPhone's FaceTime camera. There's also chatter about a Night Mode for the front camera.
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