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There is just something about large screen TV sets that the world loves and there's no denying it, but would you spend $15,000 on one? Well, that's the price you will have to pay if you want to buy the 85" Samsung Q900R QLED 8K TV that the company just unveiled. There will also be lower-priced options available at the 65", 72" and 75" categories, but the prices for the smaller TVs has not yet been confirmed by Samsung. Keep in mind that this is only the base price for the US, and if you live in India or any other country with exorbitant "luxury taxes" and import fees, you are probably looking at a much higher price tag for sure!

The Q900R will be capable of advanced HDR because the peak brightness level goes up as high as 4,000 nits (which is pretty insane)! The Samsung AI-powered software is all set to upscale the source images to 8K according to the announcement and that's where the real question pops in; what will you watch on your new super expensive 8K TV that will justify the price you just paid for it? 4K is not even a universal standard yet, so rest assured that aside from enthusiast grade content, you will likely have nothing to make use of those pixels. Given that 8K has four times as many pixels as 4K and 16 times the pixel count of full HD content, it would be fair to say that you will need an insanely fast internet connection, supported by ungodly amounts of data consumption allowance to stream 8K content, even if you find it anywhere!

Saikat Kar


The Galaxy A7 (2018) was just recently launched with three rear cameras, which more or less confirmed the fact that the S10 will inevitably be coming with at least three-rear cameras, if not four! While we cannot really say anything about the four-rear camera setup yet, the latest leak suggests that the S10 will indeed sport three cameras on its back.

According to Clad Yau, aka @clad_yau on Twitter, the three cameras on the Galaxy S10 will consist of a 12-mp, a 16-mp and a 13-mp sensor respectively. Just like this year, the S10 will stick to a 12-mp primary sensor with dual aperture (f/1.5 and f/2.4), but the 16-mp wide-angle lens will allow for wider shots, while the 13-mp telephoto lens will be used for optical zooming. As per reports, only the 16-mp wide-angle will not have optical image stabilization or autofocus, while the other two lenses will have both features. Given that something similar has already been predicted by ETNews, this is likely going to be true.

Sources: @claud_yau, ETNews, SamMobile


Saikat Kar


The Galaxy J4 Core is rumored to be one of Samsung's Android Go phones, and if our predictions are right, then we will be seeing the budget smartphone launched at the Samsung exclusive event on October 11, alongside the Galaxy A9 Pro (2018). A device by the model number SM-J410F recently received certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, further cementing the rumor.

Although the specs can differ a bit, it is expected that the Galaxy J4 Core will probably be launched with low-end hardware, such as the Exynos 7570 SoC, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The 5.5-inch, 720p Super AMOLED display will probably still be good and just appropriate enough for the 3,000mAh battery. Do keep in mind that all of this is just speculation at best. Now the real question is, will you be buying such a device even in 2018? Let us know in the comments.

Source: The Android Soul

Saikat Kar


It wasn't too long ago that mining corporations had made gaming graphics cards super expensive and the rapid, meteoric rise of cryptocurrencies in general, and Bitcoin in particular had left entire nations confused regarding their blockchain policies. While things have calmed down since then, cryptocurrencies are going nowhere and Samsung is all ready to pounce onto the scene with some of their own in-house ASICs, aka application-specific integrated circuits.

Reports have come in to confirm that Samsung will be supplying their mining-specific chips to Squire, a company that manufactures crypto mining rigs in Canada. It is expected that the ASIC chips supplied by Samsung will make the machines much more productive for mining, while cutting down on the huge power requirements that they generally come with. While this makes the deal official, Squire did not declare anything about when they will start using the chips in their products. It would be interesting to see how the ASICs by Samsung fare against the ones manufactured by TSMC; a much more experienced company in the field.

Saikat Kar


To be honest, the Galaxy S10 is nearly half a year away from being unveiled at this point, but that's from the consumer's point of view. As far as the manufacturer, aka Samsung is concerned, they already have the plans set into motion. On that note, here are some of the popular rumors to keep you interested till something more solid comes up.

Three Models?

Samsung has so far managed to stay away from Apple's decision to get rid of the headphone jack and fingerprint scanner, not to mention Samsung's much applauded decision to avoid the widely adopted notch design. Nevertheless, popular leakster and tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is of the opinion that Samsung will follow Apple and release three (5.8", 6.1" and 6.4") Galaxy S10 smartphones next year.

In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

An in-display fingerprint scanner at the front of the display is expected to be onboard the two premium models of the Galaxy S10, but not the comparatively cheaper model of the three.

Piezoelectric Earpiece?

We saw it years ago on the Mi Mix first but now the Vivo Nex has it too. A piezoelectric system allows the entire phone's body to be used for listening to voice calls or to be used as a speaker. The Galaxy S10 could also have the technology in 2019.

Three or Four Rear Cameras

If the upcoming Galaxy A9 Pro comes out with four rear cameras like it is expected to, then it would be safe to assume that even the cheapest Galaxy S10 will have at least three or even four rear cameras.

For more information on the rumors, check out the source and decide for yourself on their authenticity. In the meanwhile, we will keep you updated as soon as something concrete comes up.

Saikat Kar

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