The Galaxy Note 9 is less than one month away from being announced by Samsung, and yet, Galaxy 10 rumors continue to roll in early in preparation of next year. Prior reports have suggested three instead of two models of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S flagship. But according to a trusted source, not all three will come with Samsung’s highlighting new feature.
It’s still early for Galaxy S10 rumors since we are yet to even receive Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy Note for the second half of 2018. However, a report has come in regarding a more than likely change coming with the next Galaxy S flagship.
We’re still a ways from any Samsung Galaxy S flagship, but an early report has come out to indicate something important about next year’s supposed Galaxy S10. The device and its name are not yet confirmed, though Samsung fans will be happy to hear this.
Is it obvious or not that Samsung is having a hard time selling the Galaxy S9? You tell me. Since the global release of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, Samsung has come out with larger storage variants and a new color. Not only that, but we hear that the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10 announcements are moving up with a possible third flagship by the name Galaxy X coming in March. Samsung has a lot to think about.
Samsung’s rumored Galaxy X is almost ready, as per sources. After first hearing about the device in 2016, it seems that the launch has been set for the first half of 2019. This means we could be just six months away from Samsung’s first truly flexible and foldable touch screen device.
We’re expecting Samsung to introduce its Galaxy Note 9 flagship for the second half of 2018 as soon as early August. Amid sluggish Galaxy S9 sales, the company needs to bounce back with something new, and it does not seem that Galaxy Note 9 will be the device to do that.
During its Unpacked 2018 event at MWC 2018, Samsung announced new flagships in Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Executives couldn’t help but to poke fun at Apple and other OEMs for adopting a display notch, though a new patent from the South Korean company shows they’ll consider one after all.
When it comes to smartphones, there have been three trends (or soon to be trends). In 2017, Android manufacturers ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack. Today, very few flagship Android devices retain the audio jack, for reasons quite frankly we still don’t understand. In 2018, it seems that a display notch will be the trend among many Android devices, even some mid-rangers. And soon, offset and physical fingerprint sensors will become a thing of the past with Synaptics developing in-display technology [Read More]