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We now have access to a whole set of renders that claims to reveal the Galaxy Note 10 Pro in vivid details, courtesy of @OnLeaks and @PriceBaba. There's even a video for you to check out and we have included it right below for your convenience.



The headphone jack is missing as expected and there's only one front camera, which is surprising, given that the Galaxy S10+ has two. Most importantly though, where is the S-Pen? This may not be the real thing though, because it's quite possible that the famous leaksters have based their renders on a prototype.

 

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There's roughly two months between the Galaxy Note 10's release date and now, so it's about time that the rumors and the leaks start pouring in already! However, do you think this one is the real deal? Let us know what you think about the renders in the comments.


Saikat Kar


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Samsung has just launched its 2019 range of 8K QLED TVs in India and Twinkle Khanna was also there during the presentation for some unknown reason. Now the question is, should you shell out around 60 lakh rupees (roughly USD 86,500) for the 98-inch model? Well, if you are considering it, you might as well go ahead because that is not a sum which probably matters to you anyway!


If you find it to be too pricey though, don't worry, because Samsung has you covered with the more affordable 82-inch model for just INR 17 lakhs (roughly USD 24,500) and the borderline cheap 75-inch 8K QLED TV for only INR 11 lakhs (USD 16,000 roughly). If you did not get the sarcasm yet, you are way too rich or serious for reading this article I am afraid!


If the price on the 8K TV sets made you feel poor, don't worry about it, they are not meant for you or me. Even to those that can afford it though, I would personally recommend staying away from 8K right now and going with the Q90 65-inch (INR 4 lakhs/USD 5,770). Although you will be paying roughly twice the price which customers in the US have to, your expense will be well worth it (kind of and not really)!


Saikat Kar

 


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The Galaxy A80 is all set to launch with its pop up front cameras and a huge 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display in FHD+ resolution this month, but is it worth your money? The answer would depend on one question and one question alone; how dedicated are you to Samsung?


Now, before you bring out the pitchforks, consider the following points and then ask yourself, if you can still justify the price tag of the device.


·        The Galaxy S10e is a better device in nearly EVERY department, except the display and the battery

 

·        The 48-mp sensor won't be able to compete with the 12-mp sensor on the S10e, even though it may seem like it

 

·        The bigger battery will not make too much of a difference, since the S8e's display is almost an inch smaller

 

·        They S10e will be available at a cheaper price than the A80

 

·        It's still not a flagship device at close to INR 50,000

 

·        The Vivo Nex has had the pop-up camera for more than year now; it's just a gimmick on the A80

 

·        It won't have a 3.5mm headphone jack


In my humble opinion, the Galaxy A80 is a strange device that should have no market at all and yet, Samsung is launching it with great expectations.


I would have even recommended the device for gaming because of the A80's giant, beautiful display, had it been powered by a flagship Exynos or Qualcomm chip, instead of the SD 710. Short of being paid for it, I am NOT recommending the Galaxy A80 to anyone!


Saikat Kar

 

 


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When it comes to the headphone jack, a majority of users prefer to have it on their smartphones, while almost every one of the major manufacturers has gotten rid of it.


Up until now, Samsung was one of the last manufacturers that had supported the headphone jack even in its flagship smartphones, however, according to information published on Android Police, the Galaxy Note 10 will finally be that device which will mark Samsung's move to the Dark Side!


If the report is to be believed, then not only will the Galaxy Note 10 lack a smartphone jack, it will remove all physical buttons on the device altogether, including the volume buttons and even the Bixby button. They will apparently be replaced by capacitive touch buttons, but it's likely just an imaginative rumor.


I am not sure about whether they will remove the physical buttons, but at this point, it's almost a guaranteed fact that the Note 10 won't have a 3.5mm port, since Samsung has already started to launch smartphones and tablets without the headphone jack in 2019. The galaxy A80, the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Tab S5e being prime examples.


While everyone keeps saying that ditching the headphone jack allows for bigger batteries and slimmer devices, I will never understand people's obsession with slimmer devices!


It's not like I prefer a fat, ugly smartphone over a slim and beautiful one, but at this point, you have to ask how much slim is too slim? I mean if a bigger battery and a headphone jack can be incorporated in a device that's slightly thicker than what it would be without the headphone jack, does it really matter? Is our superficial nature leading us to sacrifice common sense and practicality over irrelevant "slimness?"


It is understandable when Apple users support it, because they don't know better to be honest, and there is no competition that you can switch over to. if you are already invested in the iOS ecosystem. In case of Android users and manufacturers though, it is something to think about for sure. Let us know in the comments what you think!


Saikat Kar


 


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When it comes to tablets, there is just no competition between what Apple has to offer and what Google and all its partners have on the market at the moment. Sure, the Galaxy Tab S series has always been a premium one and they are all excellent, but they do not compare to what the iPad Airs, iPad Minis and iPad Pros have to offer.


However, if we skipped the iOS comparison and looked solely at the Galaxy Tab S5e as a just released mid-end Android tablet (that has been released before the flagship Tab S5 for some reason), it's good, bt not great. The Tab S5e falls short due to one continuing inherited flaw that we will discuss later on.


While you can easily look up reviews on Google, let's make the decision easy for you by pointing out the most important factors which will matter to most users.


·        Qualcomm SD 670 SoC with Adreno 615: Dated chip with decent performance


·        10.5", 1600 x 2560, Super AMOLED, 16:10 display with slim bezels


·        4GB RAM and 64GBinternal storage/6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage


·     A more improved version of Dex and a keyboard cover makes it a decent laptop look-alike (NOT a replacement)


·        Expandable storage up to 1TB


·        Quad Stereo Speakers


·        7,040mAh battery with 18W quick charger


           Costs about $400 for the 4GB/64GB variant


If you are looking for an Android tablet with an excellent display and great sound for watching content on the go, you just can't go wrong with the Tab S5E.


Unfortunately, Samsung's insistence on using dated chips in their tablets continue and the SD 670 is a deal breaker for me at least. Don't get me wrong, it can play games, run movies and most apps just fine, but it makes no sense to buy the Tab S5e with that underpowered chip for $400+, when you can buy the iPad Mini at just $399.


The Mini has one of the most powerful chips in the market at the moment, a great display (although the OLED display on the S5e is better) and a plethora of apps that has been exclusively redesigned for the iPads. Even the iPad Air starts at $499, which is in my opinion a better deal than the S5e, even if you have to pay the extra $100 for it, to not lose out on the screen real estate.


If you must buy an Android tablet from Samsung, just wait it out till they release the Tab S5, which will in all likelihood, be a premium device with another dated chip from last year, but significantly more powerful compared to the S5e.


Saikat Kar

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