Attention, Samsung fans! It looks like the soon-to-be-released Galaxy Note 10 may be getting Night Mode.
This is pretty cool, but the slightly odd thing is that it may only have it in its front-facing camera.
While this rumour isn't confirmed as yet, it comes to us courtesy of Techmaniacs from an alleged trusted source.
In addition to having Night Mode injected into the selfie cam, the site claims that the Galaxy Note 10 rear cameras will receive Live Focus and that there will be zoom audio available for video. It also confirms the centred Infinity-O display that has already been widely leaked.
Considering that competitors such as Huawei and Oppo are making full use of Night Mode functionality in their latest flagship devices, it stands to reason that Samsung were going to have to join the party.
It just seems kinda weird to not put this technology in the rear-facing camera, but sure okay.
Another interesting leak from this source pertains to the battery capacity of the new series. The regular Note 10 will apparently have a 3,500mAH battery, with the pro version coming in at 4,300mAH.
While the devices will support fast charging, apparently there will not be a fast charger in the box, which is a rumour we have also already heard.
With just over two weeks to go until Unpacked, we don't have much longer to wait in order to see how many of these leaks and rumours are true. [Techmaniacs]
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