We reported earlier that Samsung has 3D depth sensors in its latest high-end handsets, including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
The feature, which uses a Time of Flight sensor to accurately measure the distance from the camera, is mainly used for camera bokeh effects, but Samsung is planning to do a lot more with the sensor in this generation.
Samsung has applied for another trademark for the 3D technology which will likely be the name it is marketed under.
Called “DepthVision lens“, the trademark covers ‘camera for smartphones; camera for generating virtual 3D images; lens for smartphone camera ‘.
Samsung had earlier trademarked Make & Play 3D, which appears to be a 3D crafting studio app associated with the technology.
The Note 10 series is expected to feature 25w fast charging port, UFS 3.0 storage, 12MP primary, 12MP telephoto and a 16MP ultra wide-angle lens in the Pro model, fingerprint reader, and 4,170mAh battery. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will come with the Exynos 9825 processor coupled with 12GB of RAM. You’ll get two see two different screen sizes; 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED for the Pro model, while the regular Galaxy Note10 will offer a 6.4-inch display and no 3.5mm headphone jack. It is expected to feature super-thin bezels and Sound on Display technology.
Its launch has now been confirmed for the 7th August. Read more about that here.