The long-awaited Galaxy Unpacked presentation is coming to an end, and Samsung has already unveiled a pair of flagships Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus. She revealed the official technical characteristics of the device, and also spoke about their features, but everything was known before this event. Here are Galaxy Note 10 & Galaxy Note 10 Plus Camera details.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is now the largest smartphone of the South Korean brand. It was equipped with a cinematic 6.8-inch Infinity-O display with a center front opening. In terms of dimensions, it is almost a copy of last year’s Galaxy Note 9, although the latter has a significantly smaller touch panel.
Galaxy Note 10 & Galaxy Note 10 Plus Camera details
These days, smartphone users are shooting and sharing more videos than ever before. To help people capture and create more incredible content, the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+’s shared front camera and rear-facing Triple and Quad camera setups place intuitive, pro-grade video tools into users’ hands.
Standout features include Zoom-In Mic and Screen recorder. The former is an all-new, AI-powered feature that takes zooming in to a whole new level by amplifying the sound of audio sources in the camera’s frame. With Zoom-In Mic, when users zoom in on the subject of their video, they’ll also be able to zoom in on their subject’s voice (amplifying its sound), and minimize background noise.
Screen recorder, meanwhile, offers a simple tool for capturing what’s on your screen, and allows you to use the S Pen to add live notes to your video. It’s perfect for creators, including streamers and vloggers, as it also offers a front camera-powered picture-in-picture function that creators can use to add reactions to streams or enhance their tutorials.
Like the Screen recorder, the Galaxy Note10’s new AR Doodle feature was designed for creating one-of-a-kind content. In a nutshell, the function allows you to use the S Pen to create AR (augmented reality) drawings, effects and animations that can track users’ faces, and offer a fun way to interact with your surroundings. AR Doodles can be stationary, or layered onto moving subjects – in which case the Galaxy Note10 will track the subject and ensure that the doodle remains in place. The feature’s Face mode effectively lets you create your own selfie filters, while Everywhere mode lets you add fun illustrations – like a trail of delightful AR bubbles – to the world around you.
The Galaxy Note10+’s DepthVision Camera adds a cool new dimension to capturing content with its built-in 3D Scanner. This clever innovation enables the camera to capture its subject as a 3D rendering that can be seamlessly added to photos and videos.6 This opens up a world of possibilities in terms of creating shareable content, offering users endless fun by letting them inject themselves and their friends into more shots and clips. For example, before traveling, an action-figure collector could use the function to create 3D scans of their figures that they could insert into videos during their trip to make their experience that much more memorable.
The camera’s Live focus video function has been expanded to feature a wider variety of bokeh effects (including blur, big circle, color point and glitch) that blur videos’ backgrounds and make your subject really stand out. Super steady video stabilization has also been enhanced, and now boasts support for the camera’s Hyperlapse mode, as well as an improved sample rate (from 500MHz to 833MHz) that enables it to produce smoother and more natural videos.
In addition, the Galaxy Note10’s Gallery app features an all-new, built-in video editor that allows users to combine video clips, adjust playback speed, add transition effects and license-free music, layer text and more, either by hand, or with the precision of the S Pen. It’s simple, convenient, and another fun way that the Galaxy Note10 helps users make their mark.
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