Future Samsung Galaxy Have A Notch

Wednesday, 18 Apr, 2018

If such number is not stunning enough, Ice Universe also tipped that a Galaxy Note 9 model could get a whopping 4,000mAh battery, which is the largest that a Samsung device could ever have.

The current iPhone X measures in at 5.8-inches but this could be boosted to over 6.3-inches on the X Plus. It has a 8-megapixel rear camera. It seems Samsung isn't planning on any major redesign for the Galaxy S10 when it comes to the physical appearance of the device. This is completely understandable as Samsung is looking to add a 6.4-inch screen on the Galaxy Note 9.

The Bell is also suggesting that Samsung will feature a 3D sensing camera in cooperation with Israeli startup Mantis Vision, with the camera module supplier mentioned as either Woodgate or Namuga, or both.

However, the new portrait mode that iPhone X has does not impress much with its low-light and maintaining a good lighting in the darker surroundings. Both the SoCs are capable of rendering normal tasks without wasting battery life resulting in longevity. In the deeply hierarchical society of South Korea, it is considered as a determining factor of how successful these students will be in the future. Also, according to CR, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ have well-designed stereo speakers.

Which, curiously, is the second design laid out in the patent - no visible camera or sensors, no visible home button, and no visible fingerprint reader.

This is also not the first time that Samsung has been spotted testing the Galaxy J6.

Concerning pricing, the Samsung Galaxy S8 now retails at Rs. 47,400 for the single 64GB storage variant.

We are not sure which model, Samsung would finally opt for.

To recall some of the specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has received the Android 8.0 Oreo update, with the company's own customisations on top. Samsung says that the Galaxy Note 8's Infinity Display, S Pen, and dual cameras "wowed consumers across the country".

Coming to hardware, the Indian variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will sport Samsung's home-brewed Exynos 8895 processor.