Getting back to that camera, we're looking at a selfie shooter here, and that's because Samsung's flagship and mid-range phones feature multi-lens camera modules nowadays. The main camera in the Galaxy S10 offers f/1.5 + f/2.4, while the Note 10 is said to offer an additional F1.8 step in between.
The video also reveals some expected specifications of the Galaxy Note 10, according to which, the smartphone will feature a 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity display, and may come with up to 12 GB of RAM.
Did the S Pen change?
Samsung will be announcing the new Galaxy Note 10 on the 7th of August at 4PM ET, giving us our first look at the next upgrade for the Note line. But we couldn't not confirm that and will just have to wait and see.
Samsung says in its short press release that it'll "unveil new devices design to take the Galaxy ecosystem connectivity to the next level".
It's rumoured that Samsung will be unveiling two versions of the Note 10, one of which is reported to be sporting a smaller 6.3 or 6.4-inch screen. The major difference between the two could be in the size of the display. The teaser from the company highlights the S Pen and the punch-hole camera of the upcoming handset.
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Because that's what the Galaxy Note 10 Pro seems to be shaping up to be - a Galaxy S10 5G, but with a slightly larger display and an S Pen installed in its slightly thicker body.
There are several renders of the Galaxy Note 10 devices making rounds on the web.
Samsung has a big new phone coming, and it appears August is when it will show off what's new in the world of the Note.