Samsung Galaxy Note 10 D-day is tomorrow, and that means everyone who has any secrets left to share are doing them right now.
The latest is a dump of marketing material slides (via Droidlife) which reveals the last secrets of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 range, including previously unknown items such as audio zoom.
See the slides in the gallery below:
The slides confirm the two screen sizes – 6.3 inch and 6.8 iches. They also confirm the single punch hole camera and near bezel-less display. They also show air gestures, and offer some useful use cases for the technology, such as being able to move backwards and forwards on slides when doing a demo, or changing tracks whole on a treadmill. It also touts fast charging and long battery life, and new camera features such as live video bokeh and audio zoom mics, which focusses on sound in your field of view using 3 microphones and reveals that besides portrait and landscape photos, the device can also do super close ups “in any light.”
Evan Blass also dropped a few more pictures, the most interesting item being the suggestion the device will offer a landscape home screen (which is course already a feature in setting).
Keep an eye on the site tomorrow to see if Samsung managed to hide anything from us after all.