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Samsung was supposed to be the first OEM in the world to bring the foldable smartphone to our doors, but now that ZTE has already beaten Samsung to the first punch by years, the only hope the old and cancelled Project Valley enthusiasts have is that the Korean company will at least be releasing one in 2019. If the latest report by The Wall Street Journal is anything to go by, that might really turn out to be true.


According to the report, the upcoming device will sport a 7-inch Super AMOLED display, that will fold in half from the middle like a wallet. There will apparently be a secondary display on the outside of the device as well, to make it usable even without folding out the phone. As you would expect for a device with essentially three different displays to be, the Galaxy X, aka Winner will be a costly smartphone at roughly $1,500!


Expected to be launched at the Mobile World Congress 2019 (Feb 25 - 28), keep in mind that while this is a much more specific leak than what we are used to in regard to the illusive foldable Samsung smartphone, the release date is still just a speculation.


Saikat Kar



What you see above is almost certainly the Galaxy Note 9 in all its glory, which Samsung will be unveiling in just a few weeks' time. As you can see, even the S Pen is out and clearly visible in this image and everything looks pretty good, albeit similar to what we have already seen with the Galaxy Note 8 last year.


The leaked press image comes straight from one of the most reliable leaksters in the field, @evleaks, so the authenticity is not really in question. Besides, at this point, it's only natural for these leaks to come in from all around the internet. The all blue handset is complemented quite nicely by the golden S Pen (except on top) which will have Bluetooth support this year. If you like what you see, get ready for the unveiling on August 9 and the release on August 24. Pre-orders will likely start by mid-August so you better start saving!


Saikat Kar



By now we have all had our fair share of look at the Galaxy Note 9 or identical replicas anyway. Even then, nothing is confirmed until the official release and that's what makes every leak interesting till then. On that note, we have another one for you today!


After seeing the image above, we are sure that you have probably noticed that it looks remarkably similar to the Galaxy Note 8, which is not surprising at all, given that's exactly what everyone expects the Note 9 to look like. Nevertheless, what you are seeing here is probably the real deal as Android Headlines strongly stated that their source is as authentic as it can be at this point. We don't see anything too significant though to be honest. Sure, the corners are probably a bit rounder and the bottom bezel might be a bit smaller, but it does look almost identical to the Galaxy Note 8. Even the front sensors seem to be in the exact same spots as on the Note 8 from 2017. Do let us know if you see any changes we missed.


Saikat Kar



There has been a lot going on in the rumor mill lately about the upcoming Galaxy S10 and the latest ones are suggesting that there will not only be three cameras on the Galaxy S10, but Samsung will also release three different variants as well. The triple camera will reportedly be found only on the top model though, but then again, that's to be expected.


If the reports do turn out to be true then the most expensive variant will sport a 12-mp dual aperture lens as the main camera in the middle, while a 123-degree 16 MP (f/1.9) wide angle lens will be placed on its side. The other side of the primary 12-mp camera will be fitted with a 13 MP f/2.4 lens. Another idea that Samsung is reportedly toying with is the concept of leaving out the telephoto lens in favor of a ultra-wide angle lens. that doesn't really sound like a good idea to be honest, but we will see! That's it for now, but will keep you updated with the important stuff as soon as they pop up.


Saikat Kar




If being repetitive is a sin than Samsung had been guilty of it for a long time, before the Galaxy S8 changed things up radically.  Make no mistake, the company was always on top of their game when it came to Android smartphones, but it was the Galaxy S8 that seriously revolutionized their design choices, albeit by sacrificing the fingerprint scanner's easy reachability!



Although Samsung fixed that in the S9 and made everything better in subtle ways, the truth is that it felt somewhat repetitive nonetheless. Most people who already have a Galaxy S8 did not feel the urge to upgrade, as shown my surveys because the S9 and S9+ look identical to their predecessors with minor, visible changes. The S9 was an improved version of the S8 and that's how it is being seen till date. Unfortunately, that is a tend which will likely continue in 2018 for Samsung as the Note 9 renders here look a bit too much like the Note 8 from last year and while I am 100% sure that the smartphone will outclass its predecessor in every way, it still looks almost identical! What do you think? Let us know in the comments.



All renders we are seeing here were made possible, thanks to the efforts of the brilliant team at CGTraders.


Saikat Kar

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