Samsung note 10 will have Tesla special edition. Today a blogger on the web posted the above image and claims that it’s a real picture of the upcoming Note 10. We don’t know any official information yet so we can’t say whether it’s true or not. But the back of the phone has vertical triple camera setup similar to other leaks suggested so far.

There is also the Tesla logo in the up centre. Back of the phone as well as S-Pen has a metallic finish to it. Confirming it’s a special edition. Last year OnePlus launched a special edition of its flagship OnePlus 6T in the name of OnePlus 6t Mclaren edition and it seems like Samsung is also following that.

Yesterday leak showed Note 10’s screen protectors of the Galaxy Note 10 that showed very minimal bezels, and there wasn’t any cutout for the earpiece. Well, now that we have an information about Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro featuring Sound on Display (SoD) technology.

For those of you who are not aware of this term, it’s a technology where the sound bursts out of the display. The main motive of this technology is to eliminate that tiny little bezel at the top that you find on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones. So that they can increase the screen size without increasing the overall form factor of the smartphone.

Samsung has already showcased its Sound on Display (SoD) technology at the Samsung OLED Forum in China last year. Initially, they were expected to have this tech on the S10, but, for some reason, it didn’t happen. This technology was first introduced by xiaomi in their Mi Mix smartphone.

Also, Samsung’s mid-range phones feature this technology.

The Galaxy M40 which Samsung launched a few days ago comes with this Sound on Display technology. Now some of you might ask? What about the stereo speakers? Does this mean that the Note 10 will only have one speaker?

I think Samsung will adopt LG’s approach. LG G8 also comes with the same tech but for the stereo sound, LG is pairing the bottom speaker with the piezoelectric speaker.

Crystal Sound OLED

Piezoelectric material vibrates the phone to generate the sound. It’s a cool technology and it’s yet to be seen how it’s going to affect the sound quality on the Note 10, but for now, Sound on Display tech on the Note 10 will definitely make way for the minimal to no bezel design which makes it look even better.

One of the Galaxy Note 10 models will have a second time of the light sensor

It’s a known thing at this point already that both the Galaxy Note 10 models will have a single camera up front. It’s a downgrade honestly because the S10+ has dual front cameras. But people aren’t really that shocked because pill-shaped cutout in the middle looks horrible.

South Korean media is reporting that Samsung has increased the production of time of light sensors and one of the Note 10 variants could have two times of the light sensor. One at the back and another at the front. Since we all know the regular Note 10 and Note 10 Pro variant will only have a single front camera so it only makes sense that the 5G version of the Note 10 will have a time of light sensor at the front.

This could also mean that there will be a pill-shaped cutout but not really sure if Samsung is going to place it at the side or risk being called ugly and place it at the centre. I hope they place it on the side either left or right doesn’t really matter but don’t put it at the centre. It doesn’t look good.

Galaxy Note 10 launch date

There’s been a lot of speculation lately about the launch event of the Galaxy Note 10. Previous rumours suggested Samsung could launch it on August 10th but it looks like that was We have some credible sources that are saying Samsung will unveil the Note 10 models on  August 7th.

People familiar with Samsung’s plans are saying Samsung will hold an unpacked event at Barclays Center in Brooklyn New York on August 7th. Samsung says there many surprises. Let’s hope for the best. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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