The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is scheduled to be unveiled on February 20, but leaked benchmark scores for one of the unreleased models doesn’t paint a great picture for the upcoming flagship.
Apple wasn’t the first company to launch a smartphone with a notch, but the company definitely brought all of the attention to the design philosophy. As a result, we saw a lot of different phones with their own take on the notch.
Samsung and Apple are competing companies, and it wasn’t too long ago that the companies were going at it in lengthy legal battles.
2019 is yet to start but Huawei’s sub-brand Honor and Samsung have already given us a glimpse of what to expect from 2019 smartphones. This week, both companies have unveiled a smartphone with an in-display camera hole. The camera hole is aimed at circumventing the notch which has become a commonplace in smartphones ever since Apple first adopted it with the iPhone X in 2017.
Over the years, multiple celebrities have been caught promoting a phone on Twitter but posting that very same tweet from their iPhone. Samsung has been caught doing the same thing. The company’s Nigeria branch posted a tweet from their official account promoting the Galaxy Note 9 from an iPhone.
5G is the next major milestone for the major wireless carriers in the United States, and they all have their sights set on a wide launch for the network technology in 2019.
After multiple complaints, illnesses, and a death, Samsung has finally agreed to compensate victims of work-related diseases.
Samsung is working on a Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone, and the rumor mill has been pretty active painting a detailed image of what we should expect to see in early 2019.
What has been rumored and teased for years now is finally, officially official, and with it welcomes the next major design cue for smartphones.
Brand ambassadors are certainly not a new thing. Android manufacturers have quite a few of them. But while those celebrities are paid to endorse a device out in public, sometimes they just might not want to actually use the thing.