Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Note 10 is surfacing regularly in the rumor mill these days. This is natural as weâ€™re heading closer to the phabletâ€™s launch. The Korean tech giant will make big changes to the Note lineup this year, which will set the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus apart from their predecessors. Today, weâ€™ve got another brief snippet of information for the upcoming devices. Take a look below for more details.
Samsungâ€™s Upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Will Not Feature Heart Rate Or Blood Pressure Monitoring Claims Tipster
Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Note lineup is a unique brand of gadgets. Itâ€™s the Note lineup that ushered in the trend for larger screens, and the devices are some of the most popular mobile gadgets with a phablet. Additionally, Samsungâ€™s also paired them with a heart rate sensor that also allows the user to measure their blood pressure in the latest iteration of the Note lineup, the Galaxy Note 9. The feature keeps in mind the fact that users of the devices are also likely to be in the middle-age bracket and might need to stay up to date with their vitals.
So, if you liked the Note 9â€™s heart rate and blood pressure monitoring feature, weâ€™ve got bad news for you today. Notorious tipster Ice_Universe is back today, and heâ€™s got grim news. As a multitude of leaks has made it clear, the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will not feature a physical fingerprint sensor, with Samsung choosing to equip them with ones that work by using light.
According to Ice, both the heart rate and blood pressure measurement features will not be present on the upcoming Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. The tipster does not provide the reasons behind this change, and since his information often bears fruit, weâ€™d advise you to take todayâ€™s report with less salt than is mandatory in such cases. The heart rate sensor wasnâ€™t axed on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, so thereâ€™s a chance that we might get lucky with the Note lineup too.
Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Note 10 phablets will launch on August 7th, and feature a vertically arranged triple-rear camera setup. This change will starkly differentiate them over previous Note gadgets. Additionally, itâ€™s also reported that base storage for the two Note 10 devices will be 256GB. This will be accompanied by a price increase.
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