Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Budget Edition will Feature Lesser Cameras

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Earlier this week, there were rumors of a smaller, more budget-oriented version of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Titled the Note 10e, it is expected to come with a smaller screen size while compromising some of the newest features of the premium model. As per the latest leaks, the Note 10e might be missing a few cameras as well.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Renders
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10e renders. Source: Phonearena

The more budget-oriented Note 10e will supposedly feature 3 rear-cameras instead of 4 on the premium edition. The cameras, however, will have better sensors and more advanced image processing as compared to the S10. The 4th sensor, which will be exclusive to the more expensive model, is rumored to have AR capabilities.

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Both the phones are expected to come with dual front cameras with different FOVs (80/90) and apertures (f1.9/f2.2). The Samsung Galaxy Note 10e will also come with a smaller screen with slightly bigger bezels. This also points to a smaller battery as compared to the more expensive model.

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There’s no word on the pricing of either of the phones. However, speculating that the Note 10 is priced the same as it’s predecessor at $999, we can make an assumption that the 10e should be priced at around $850. more information regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 line-up should be revealed in the upcoming months.

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