Samsung is expected to make a splash with the Galaxy Note 10 family on August 7. While we know a few things about the Galaxy Note 10, the Korean tech giant wants to make sure that their flagship phablet will have the latest and most innovative tech.
One of these new innovations includes a three-stage variable aperture camera. An improvement of the dual aperture camera that debuted with the Galaxy S9 series, the Galaxy Note 10’s main camera will have an F1.5/1.8/2.4 aperture setting. Having three aperture settings increases the camera’s flexibility in shooting photos. While F/1.5 is made for low-light photography and F/2.4 is for daylight shooting, F/1.8 aims to deliver a balance between the two.
Another new feature coming to the Galaxy Note 10 is SoD (Sound on Display) technology. First seen on the P30 Pro and G8 ThinQ, the tech makes use of an electromagnetic levitation mechanism, which makes the display vibrate like a speaker. This tech eliminates the need for an earpiece, thus reducing the bezels further.
We’re still two months away from the official launch, so expect Samsung to reveal more details about the Galaxy Note 10 family in the coming weeks.