Get your decoder rings out. Popular leakster Ice universe has gone on Twitter to share some information about the upcoming Galaxy Note10.
Allegedly the Galaxy Note10 will use the same main camera as the Galaxy S10+ (actually, it will use the same three cameras as the Galaxy S10+) but will add a new 'very technical' feature to it. This could have something to do with the rumored addition of a 3D Time-of-Flight camera to the Galaxy Note10+ or could mean something else.
As it stands the Galaxy S10+ has the new Samsung Night Mode so it's unlikely the new feature on the Galaxy Note10 is that.
Note10 uses the same main camera S5K2L4 as the Galaxy S10, but with the previous year, Samsung will add new features to it (there is a very technical feature), Note10 is the end of the 1.4μm camera, starting from S11, Samsung camera will be a new beginning. pic.twitter.com/Xc36rEalqB— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 16, 2019
Additionally the tipster states that the Galaxy Note10 will be the last Samsung flagship to use the 12MP 1/2.55" 1.4μm flagship sensor that's been around since the Galaxy S7 (the sensor, not the variable-aperture lens on top of it) and that the Galaxy S11 will usher in a completely new camera.
This could be a nod to the 64MP and 48MP sensors that are rumored as the next to highlight Samsung's flagship phones. Since they are Quad Bayer type sensors they will natively output 16MP and 12MP photos, respectively.
In some...some...some ways to huaweii. That's it. Ahead of Google and apple with no contest
I've own them both as well and the dynamic range didn't seem all that superior.