Apple has pulled the wraps from iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max. In the past, Samsung has been taking potshots at Apple and creating videos that claim Samsung smartphones to be better. Things seem to have remained the same as Samsung has once again released a new ad inviting iPhone users to ‘fall in love’ with its bokeh video feature.
It is no secret that the smartphone industry has peaked out and is currently battling saturation. Unlike before, smartphone companies are not coming up with disruptive features and demand in countries like China has slumped. Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled Galaxy Fold, its first foldable smartphone. A new report claims that Samsung is prepping a second foldable device next year.
The Galaxy Note 10+ is a beast of a phone packing 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage and a staggering 12GB RAM. Coupled with a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9825 chipset, it is easily one of the most powerful Android smartphones in the market. So, how does it compare to the iPhone XS Max and its A12 Bionic chip which launched last year when it comes to performance?
Samsung Quietly Removes Ads Mocking Apple For Ditching Headphone Jack Following Galaxy Note 10 Launch
When Apple ditched the headphone jack with the iPhone 7 in 2016, Samsung released a series of ads mocking the company for this move. The Korean company continued to take potshots at Apple over the years. With the Galaxy Note 10 series though, Samsung has also officially joined Apple in ditching the headphone jack for good.
Samsung today unveiled its flagship Note smartphone for 2019: the Galaxy Note 10. This time around, Samsung has launched not one but two variants of the Galaxy Note 10: a regular Note 10 alongside the Galaxy Note 10+. The Note 10 series will take on Apple’s upcoming iPhone 11 series due to launch in September.
Android tablets are going nowhere but Samsung is not giving up on the segment. The company has announced the Galaxy Tab S6, a high-end Android tablet that takes on the iPad Pro.
An alleged listing of Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet the Galaxy Note 10 has made its way to Geekbench. The listing reveals that the Galaxy Note 10 will come with a newer Exynos 9825 chipset when compared to the Galaxy S10 which launched with the Exynos 9820.
Ahead of its unveiling on August 7, press renders of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ have leaked online. The renders show off the handsets in all their glory including the new color scheme that Samsung is planning to debut.
Apple has paid Samsung 800 billion won ($683 million) for not buying as many OLED panels as it had agreed upon in its initial agreement with the Korean display maker.
Samsung has landed into trouble with the Australian authorities over Galaxy ads. The latest ads showed that Galaxy smartphones can be used while swimming. The Australian competition regulator has filed a lawsuit against Samsung and alleges that the ads were misleading.