The Samsung Galaxy S10 launched just closing week at Samsung Unpacked, however we’re already listening to about their next Galaxy flagship: the presumed Samsung Galaxy Note 10. According to a document from SamMobile, the subsequent Samsung Galaxy Note flagship could have quad rear cameras. This would make the brand new Galaxy Note tool Samsung’s second cellphone with 4 rear cameras—the first one being the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10+.

Compared to the usual Galaxy S10+, the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a larger 6.7-inch screen, a big four,500mAh battery, a secondary the front-facing Time of Flight (TOF) sensor embedded under the Infinity-O show, and a rear-facing TOF sensor that accompanies the telephoto, wide-attitude, and ultra wide-attitude lenses. If the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 does indeed have a quad-digicam setup, it’s viable that it’ll be much like what we see at the 5G Galaxy S10+. However, SamMobile didn’t have any records on the Galaxy Note 10’s digicam setup except the quantity of sensors.

SamMobile states the device’s version range might be SM-N975F. However, we’d expect the following Galaxy Note to have a version number of SM-N970F. For instance, the Exynos Samsung Galaxy Note nine has the version wide variety SM-N960F while the Exynos Samsung Galaxy Note eight has the version number SM-N950F. It’s viable that SM-N975F will be a 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10, though that’s purely hypothesis on SamMobile’s part. SamMobile is unsure of the following Note’s advertising call, referencing a record from the Korean Yonhap News Agency which cites unnamed sources that claim Samsung is reconsidering its naming scheme for its flagship Galaxy line.

Details on the next Galaxy Note are scarce. A honestly early report claimed that Samsung could be putting off the headphone jack on both the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11, but you have to take that news with a grain of salt. We’ve seen some outlets before declare that Samsung will remove the headphone jack from their flagship smartphones, but up to now, the corporation has but to accomplish that. While different cellphone makers take away the headphone jack mentioning space constraints, Samsung maintains to control packing large batteries and more than a few sensors even as nonetheless decreasing the general thickness. The day that Samsung removes the headphone jack from the Galaxy S or Galaxy Note line is the day that we are able to officially say good-bye to headphone jacks in smartphones.