We’ve been hearing rumors depicting a first-ever Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone without a home button. We’ve also been hearing reports about a Galaxy S8 with a bezel-less display and dual-edge design. Since, many have been concerned about the placement of the fingerprint scanner, which had existed underneath the front-flanked home button ever since its birth on Samsung devices. Now we have what could be the solution.
Rather that at MWC 2018, Chinese manufacturer Huawei held a private event today in Paris. The company unveiled its much-anticipated and long-rumored P10 successors part of a new P20 family comprising P20 and P20 Pro. Huawei teased the event many times over recent weeks and sent out event invitations, so we knew it would be happening. And now, the latest Huawei flagship smartphones designed for 2018 are here. Here’s everything to know.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 could be here in August, which would follow suite with the Galaxy S9 that launched earlier than usual this year. However, a new report out of Korea contradicts the “late August” launch, so things are still up in the air. Since we’re still a ways away, we can’t be too sure about anything, but we’ve received some positive word about the handset’s fingerprint reader.
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]
Synaptics has developed an in-display fingerprint scanner allowing the sensor to be placed conveniently below the screen of your device. We’ve seen the concept in a few forms, one being on the Vivo X20 Plus UD. We heard the Samsung might be next to include the technology in one of its widely known flagship monikers, such as the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy Note 9. However, due to a delay with the technology and early mass production of Samsung’s newest smartphones, the [Read More]
After all the hype from leaks and teasers, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are here. We’ll have you covered wall-to-wall on Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 event in Barcelona, with addition to MWC 2018 all of next week.
We all know Samsung will announce new flagship phones, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, in a matter of days. And thanks to a recent leak that exposes just about everything, we now know just about everything there is to know with these upcoming phones.
After first introducing the Vivo X20 Plus UD with an unspecified name during CES 2018, Vivo has announced that the phone is to be available through their website next month. Here is what we know.