Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note10 Lite is no longer a question of if, but of when. It received Bluetooth certification earlier this month alongside the Galaxy S10 Lite, but now its papers have been updated and bring a nice little surprise.
According to the latest certification document, the Galaxy Note10 Lite will support the latest Bluetooth 5.1 standard, which brings a cool feature that Bluetooth 5.0 lacks - positioning.
This, in turn, could mean that the Note10 Lite will know where precisely the S Pen is allowing for more accurate and advanced gestures. Funny to think that these gestures would work better on the Note10 Lite than on the Note10 and Note10+.
Here's hoping that Samsung's software developers put the more advanced hardware to good use.
it depends on the signal range of the device. previous bluetooth version are able to tell the distance between two bluetooth devices; bluetooth 5.1 adds sensing of the angle of the bluetooth signal. when you add the 2 together you can triangulate the...
Yeah, the main thing I took from this article is that the Note10 doesn't have 5.1.