Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has hexa-camera setup on the front and back each. It additionally includes a further Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor for 3D sensing similarly as for additional correct facial recognition. Users will use this device for utile like an improved portrait created shots and increased reality options. it’s said that Samsung is going to bring the same tech to its upcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship; moreover, Samsung can trickle it all the way down to the budget to ‘A’ series. it’s obvious that next-gen Note will rock two ToF sensors – one at the rear and second on the front. It merely implies that Samsung can need to double the capability than it usually manufactures.
Besides that, ET news claimed that KOLEN, South Korean lens-maker, can invest $22 million to create a replacement plant in Vietnam nearer to the Galaxy S and Note factories. Recently, one statement is given by KOLEN executive that they’re going to turn out lenses through their new plant by the top of July. Moreover, they’ll begin operations by next month. It restates the sooner speculations that say Galaxy Note 10+ are going to be equipped with a quad rear camera setup which will include a ToF sensor.
Although KOLEN is expecting to provide another 12 million units per month with the new plant nevertheless its current production capacity is about 13 million lenses per month. This increment in production can create KOLEN the most important lens manufacturer in South Korea. KOLEN needs to remain relevant and has enough capacity to meet the demand with vendors together with multiple sensors on smartphones. just in case of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, the flagship is probably going to include a telephone lens, associate ultra-wide-angle unit additionally to the ToF unit on the high-end variant and regular RGB sensor. This phone goes to launch on August 2019.