It'll be coming with the 100MP camera and it's not going to be called Samsung Galaxy Note 10, it'll be Samsung Galaxy Note X instead. Hold on, don't worry this is not us, this is what the rumors of International Business Times, T3 and Forbes stated into their latest articles. Welcome to Science and Knowledge and if you are news to our channel and crazy about new gadgets, please subscribe to our channel and hit the bell for notifications of our future videos. The new Flagship of Samsung phablet should be called Galaxy Note X, and not Samsung Galaxy Note 10. MSpoweruser stated, and I'm quoting word by word, "Samsung will follow the tradition and will release Galaxy Note X at the end of this year." Samsung phablet Galaxy Note X is coming with massive 6.7-inch AMOLED Display and users can interact with the panel with a special pen of course along with their fingers. The device is paired with 12 GB of RAM Memory and Exynos 9820 / Snapdragon 855 processor with the memory capacity of up to 1 TB. Well, talking about Galaxy Note X cameras, Samsung Galaxy Note X will be equipped with four cameras on it's back, looks like the Galaxy S10 5G. And yes, this device will also support 5G Technology but will not be available around the world instead of some specific countries, other parts of the world can expect Note X coming in 4G. We're expecting and it's stated by T3 that Galaxy Note X is coming like last year sometimes by the end of July or August of 2019. Most probably the company will start gadge shipping by the end of August and the price tag will be $1500 - $2000. Now what T3 revealed is shocking and impressively the DSLR Market is going to it's end, as Samsung Galaxy Note X will be the first ever phone which rocks and coming with 100MP Camera.
Qualcomm has released many teasers already that before the end of the year, Mega megapixel counts are coming for sure. The current record holder is Honor View 20 as on a smartphone yet the most of the megapixels on a single-lensed camera which is with 48MP. While that figure is actually nothing to sneer at, it's miles from the limit which will be doable with the next-generation of flagship smartphones, in keeping with chip manufacturer Qualcomm. The company has published new information about the capabilities of its latest silicon and how far they can be pushed. As first reported by GizChina, the following Qualcomm branded chipsets can support up to 192MP on a single camera: Snapdragon 670, 675, Snapdragon 710, 845, and Snapdragon 855. Although many flagship Android smartphones currently on the market are already capable of powering megapixel-packed rear-cameras, we have yet to see anything to top the Honor View 20. However, we might not have long to wait.
Judd Heape, Qualcomm Senior Director of Product Management for Cameras, told blog MySmartPrice that "we can expect multiple brands to release phones with 64MP and even larger than 100MP cameras by the end of this year". Last year, Samsung unveiled two new image sensors, dubbed Isocell Bright GM1 and Isocell Bright GD1, capable of shooting 48-megapixel and 32-megapixel images, respectively.
It wouldn't be difficult to image the Seoul-based company launching a follow-up later this year that dramatically increased the megapixel count. Unlike Apple, which typically launches one flagship smartphone each year, Samsung has a number of high-end handsets in the works. It has already offered a sneak peek at the pliable Galaxy Fold, which will cost €2,000 (£1,700) when it launches on May 3 in Europe, as well as the Galaxy S10 5G, which will launch in "early summer".
It also has the Galaxy Note 10 on the horizon. If Samsung follows its typical release schedule, the productivity-focused smartphone will launch sometime in August. The latest whispers from the factory floor suggest the new flagship phone will have four cameras, so it's certainly possible one of those could top Honor's 48MP record. However, Judd Heape added that he prefers devices that use larger pixels instead of a higher megapixel count to improve image quality. That's something Samsung has focused on with the previous generation of Galaxy S smartphone. That said, smartphones that boast 64MP or higher rear-cameras allow smartphone owners to crop their images and retain a high level of fidelity in the photograph – something that can help to boost digital zoom. So ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, this is what we know about Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or Note X we don't know what Samsung is coming up with its name for sure. If you like our video please hit the like button and subscribe our channel Science and Knowledge and till the next video take very good care of yourself and bye bye. .