Both the leak have brought the Galaxy Note 9 out in open, leaving nothing to the imagination. This is in line with a previous report that indicated that this flexible model will have a 7.3-inch OLED display. The following year it released the Galaxy Note Edge, which had a single curved edge and it wound up serving as the blueprint for every curved-display device on the market.
So far with the Galaxy S phones, Samsung has typically chosen to use either Qualcomm or their own in-house Exynos chipsets, depending on the market that the phones will be headed for. Recently, the company made the support page for Galaxy Note 9 live and now the first press shot of the yet-to-be launched device has surfaced online.
Samsung is just one of several companies reportedly working on foldable phones.
The South Korean electronic's manufacturer is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in early August. Victor will also have cameras in the back. This includes the standard PIN, fingerprint, and in more recent times an iris scanner. It's generally accespted that the flexible device will run Google's Android operating system like most other Samsung smartphones. There have been questions about how large the external display will be, and the answer now seems to be "not very". Anyway, you might have already heard it but the rumour train is claiming that there could not two, but three Galaxy S10 variants with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Like the Galaxy Note 9, it will begin pre-orders on August 14 and go on sale on the same date of August 24.
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Kuo predicts that Samsung could ship 40 million Galaxy S10 phones next year, mostly of the two larger models, which will be more expensive.
The Journal says the phone will be introduced "early next year", which squares with other reports about the Galaxy X. Those rumors have Samsung unveiling the Galaxy X during February's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2018) has been rumored to be a tame refresh of its predecessor - the key differences being a removal of the physical home button (in favor of on-screen one) and a slimmer profile, thanks to thinner bezels.