Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to sport a 6.66-inch AMOLED screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to sport a 6.66-inch AMOLED screen

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to sport a 6.66-inch AMOLED screen

And around back, the Beyond X will reportedly feature four cameras, with two more on the front.

South Korean smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is now working on its next flagship- Galaxy S10 series (probably three variants as we've seen with Galaxy S6 series) and is going to reintroduce flat displays in a basic variant of the upcoming phone.

The latest report indicates Samsung is planning on announcing all four smartphones in mid-February. This is a brand new low price for the S8.

Samsung is bringing the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras to India. The real magic in smartphone imagery, it seems, might come from the upcoming Galaxy S10. That's likely next spring. It looks like 5G is going down a similar path for launch, with separate 5G chips.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to sport a 6.66-inch AMOLED screen
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to sport a 6.66-inch AMOLED screen

High-end Samsung smartphone #5 is the mythical foldable smartphone, which Samsung teased on stage earlier this month.

The 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10, which is expected to be released in the USA and South Korea next spring, will sit at the top of that lineup with a 6.7-inch screen, two front-facing and four rear-facing cameras, the Wall Street Journal reports. This punch-hole is said to be a cutout for the front-facing selfie camera, and is key to enabling a notchless design and ditching a traditional bezel. What makes today's leak different is the source, the track record, and the fact that certain details are being made more of a big deal than they've been in the past - particularly when it comes to 5G data connectivity. The Galaxy S series is usually the vanguard for the new Qualcomm chip, which, rumor has it, is called the Snapdragon 8150.

T-Mobile is offering an iPhone XR at no cost but customers will have to activate two lines of service and trade in an eligible smartphone to get the free iPhone and sign up to three years with T-Mobile. With sales on the decline, surely one of these five models will be a hit in the market.




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