Samsung has been invested in beating the records it set on its previous phones, and they are doing so quite well. Ever since the launch of the Galaxy S9, the South Korean OEM has been introducing variable apertures in their camera sensors.
The aim of this is to ensure the camera takes advantage of good lighting to take the best pictures while also staying functional in low light situation.
If information from Ice Universe – one of the most trusted Galaxy phone leaksters on the internet – is to be believed, there is a high chance the Note 10 line-up comes with three variable apertures. This will be much better for taking pictures in low light situation as the camera will allow more light into the box, giving brighter pictures in the end.
This kind of flexibility could make all the difference for users who consider camera an important yardstick to picking their devices.
From what we have heard so far, two of the intended Note 10 devices will have a launch event on the 7th of August. This will be the standard Note 10 and the Pro version, but there is no telling which one off these could have the three-aperture setup included into its camera sensors.
We still have a long way to go, though, so we better strap in for the ride.