So far, most rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 cameras have been more about how they are arranged than what the actual lenses are and what they can do. However, some of the recent leakages contain specific details that you should pay particular attention to.
Considering that the iPhone 11 is likely to get a bigger camera upgrade and the Pixel 4 is within reach, Samsung's move is crucial up its camera game.
The Galaxy S10 5G's rear view cameras. Photo credits: Tom's Guide First, it's possible for a flight time sensor to be on base note 10 as well as on the note Appears 10 Pro This is based on the Korean outlet ETNews (via BGR), which announced that component maker MCNEX, which manufactures Samsung's fingerprint sensors and cameras, has opened a new 13 billion won TOF manufacturing facility (11 , $ 2 million, or £ 8.8 million) is opening sensors.
Samsung has received its TOF sensors from another component company, Partron, but it is not unreasonable to believe that Samsung will provide additional help in producing Sufficient sensors would be needed What you can do with TOF The Galaxy S10 5G test allows bokeh effect portraits with a clearer separation between foreground and background, but ToF can also provide better AR experiences
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 The second news comes from the reliable Samsung Leaker Ice Universe. A new tweet from the account states that Samsung engineers from China claim that the Note 10 will have a three-step variable aperture on its camera. For photo freaks IU also offers the f-numbers: F1.5, F1.8 and F2.4.
Samsung has already used a two-stage aperture (F1.5 and F2.4) for a 12-MP sensor. This is the main camera found in the Galaxy S9 and S10 phones. We've found that this camera delivers great pictures. The addition of a third stage seems to be a reasonable decision to make after two years using the same technology, and would make the camera even more versatile by additionally controlling how much light falls on the sensor in a given situation.  Combine this with the rumored ultra-wide telephoto and aforementioned TOF sensors, which should get the touch of 10, and you have a smartphone with a lens for every occasion. Who knows, it could even have the potential to compete with the camera kings of the smartphone like the Huawei P30 Pro.
The iPhone 11 and 11 Max are said to be getting three back-up cameras to compete with the competition, although there is some debate as to whether only the successor of the iPhone XS Max will get that function.
According to Bloomberg, the third camera on the back of the iPhone will help to "capture a larger field of view and allow for longer range zooming. It also captures more pixels, so the Apple software can automatically repair a video or photo, for example, to fit in a creative that may have been inadvertently cut from the first shot. "
According to Bloomberg, Apple also plans an enhancement version of the live photos feature, which is reported to double the length of video capture before and after still images from 3 to 6 seconds.
On our regularly updated page with rumors about Galaxy Note 10, you can read about speed on all the latest specifications and leaks ahead of the rumored launch of the Note 10 on Aug. 7.