Samsung Galaxy A10e spotted on FCC hinting imminent launch

Ruben Fields
May 25, 2019

On the rear, the Note series is rumoured to be making a departure from recent Note devices with a vertical quad camera arrangement instead of a horizontal one.

The source basis its article on information that it received from industry sources, which claim that the Galaxy A70S will arrive with that sensor in the second half of the year. The images captured using the 64MP sensor will be more detailed as compared to the ones captured by 48MP sensor. The company is now set to bring the world's first 64MP sensor in a smartphone by the end of this year.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy A70S smartphone could be the first handset to have a 64MP camera sensor, ET News reports. However, the rumoured highlight of the phone sure sounds like the Galaxy A70s will be a major upgrade - at least in the camera department. This feature has been one of the most discussed aspects of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for a number of reasons.

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Now when you know that Galaxy A70S will be equipped with a giant camera, so it's normal that you would be eagerly waiting for the device. Because the report had confirmed that this 64MP sensor would not be featuring in the Galaxy Note 10 since Samsung has been applying its newer technologies only to its mid-range smartphones and not the premium ones.

First showcased a whopping nine months ago, the Google Home Max and Apple HomePod rival looked destined for an impending commercial debut several times since then, but unfortunately for Samsung, none of the optimistic rumors floating around materialized. It will offer a higher resolution than any smartphone camera in the market. The GW1 captures the light perfectly being optimized.

The sensor also supports real-time high dynamic range (HDR) of up to 100-decibels (dB) for better hues, according to Samsung, which is much higher than regular sensors that are at around 60dB.

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