Samsung Topples OnePlus, holding pole position in premium segment

Image Samsung Galaxy A70

Image Samsung Galaxy A70

All of which are powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset, and 8GB of RAM. According to rumors Galaxy Note 10 will feature this 64 MP camera for the very first time.

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung has officially slashed prices of its two Galaxy A-series smartphones again, the Galaxy A7 (2018) and Galaxy A9 (2018). In fact Samsung was among the first phone companies to bring a three and four camera setup phones to the consumers. As per the report, the newly launched Galaxy S10 lineup - S10e, S10 and S10 plus - helped Samsung dethrone OnePlus in Q1 of 2019.

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.

Considering that the recently released Galaxy S10 has a 15W charger, many have dismissed the speculation as outlandish. The S10 and S10+ come with triple-lens cameras, and S10 5G has four lenses on the back. Strangely enough, the model number of the Note10 doesn't include the numerical "0" similar to the previous Notes from the company.

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Past rumours had hinted that the Galaxy Note10 will be a much-upgraded version of the last year's Galaxy Note 9.

So, the Note 10 looks like it could be a phone to watch out for and expect more news about this device in the coming months. Previously we have seen Galaxy Note 7 leaking having a codename "Da Vinci".

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