Thursday, 20 June 2019

SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10 IS EXPECTED TO COME WITH 'SOUND ON DISPLAY' TECHNOLOGY

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Galaxy Note 9
Credit: The Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Image: tech2/Sheldon Pinto
There have been a lot of floating rumors about the launch of Samsung's upcoming flagships — the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. Currently adding fuel to the burning curiosity is the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leak in the market. This one says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 won't come with a traditional speaker, and rather, it will get a Sound on Display (SoD) technology. 



As per the famous tipster Ice Universe, who had prior posted pictures of screen guard for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, which has no top bezel, the smartphone seems to have a superior edge-to-edge display without any physical speaker on the front. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is anticipated to accompany Sound on Display technology. 


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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is expected to dons a triple camera feature at the back, which will be aligned to the upper left half of the back. According to the recently leaked CAD render, the smartphone won't highlight the earphone jack and the Bixby trigger button will also be missing (Rather A Good News!). Not surprisingly, the S Pen will be set on the base edge. 

Moreover, spilled CAD renders also indicates the front camera on the alleged Galaxy Note 10(leak), which will be accommodated in a punch hole, however, it will be set in the top center of the display.

The render doesn't fall in accordance with prior reports which recommended that the Galaxy Note 10 may highlight a quad-camera setup.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is additionally expected to include a 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity display and may accompany up to 12 GB of RAM. The Galaxy Note 10 will normally run the Android Pie-based One UI working framework.

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