What will Samsung Galaxy Note 10 look like- latest renders leaks
By Felicity Rosa 2019-05-31 343 0
According to the exposed rendering diagram, Samsung Note10 will continue to use the borehole surface screen design, the hole diameter and Samsung S10 equivalent, and moved to the middle of the top of the screen, and then paired with a narrow border around, the screen field of view is quite shocking. If the rendering is true, it could be the best-looking Samsung flag phone of the year.
Samsung Note10 Rear Vertical row four, including the main camera, ultra-wide angle camera, telephoto camera, as well as for the collection of depth of information TOF lens, so that the phone shot out of the photo virtualization effect is better, a stronger sense of hierarchy, this is evident in Huawei P30 Pro. Similarly, the suspected Samsung Note10 rear camera module design is also exposed on the network, the design of the camera layout and Samsung Note10 rendering diagram is basically the same, so the exposure of the rendering diagram is still a certain credibility.
Although Samsung has not yet announced the official release of Samsung Note10, but from the rendering chart, the phone's value and imaging level is quite expected.
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