It might, however, get the company's also just-announced 48-megapixel one. Apparently, the model leaked on this benchmark was the Verizon's Note 10 Pro 5G, since its model name is described SM-N976V. These two new 0.8-micrometer sensors are the smallest now on the market, and also the highest-resolution. The account recently tweeted that Samsung's "battery capacity and charging speed will no longer be Samsung's weaknesses", leading to speculation that 50W charging was on the cards for Samsung Galaxy Note 10. However, this appears not to be the case, according to a trusted industry tipster.
We've seen how Samsung has to deal with the outcome of the biggest flop, ever since Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung's new 64-megapixel lens is called the Isocell Bright GW1, which combines four pixels to render a 16-megapixel images that are vivid, with accurate colors, and clear even in low-light situations. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) now starts at Rs 25,990 for the 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage version instead of Rs 28,990 while the 8GB RAM variant now costs Rs 28,990 and not Rs 31,990. That said, Ice Universe does have a track record of sharing accurate information.
If the Galaxy Note 10 does become the super-hit it promises to be, Samsung will be able to put to rest the bad memories of the failure of Galaxy Fold.
If true, that puts Samsung's mobile photography plans into question.
It might not be all bad, though. With mass production set to begin in the second half of the year, there's definitely a chance that this new sensor could debut in the upcoming Galaxy Note 10.
Samsung has taken smartphone camera technology to an entirely new level with the announcement of two new camera sensors - the 48-mp ISOCELL Bright GW2 and the 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1.