Following a limited number of cases where Galaxy S7 devices have rebooted unexpectedly with the Android 8.0 Oreo, we have temporarily stopped the rollout of the update. According to The Korea Herald's report, it's to release an entirely new Galaxy phone series the public wants; the foldable "Galaxy X". For that to happen, Samsung might be launching Note 9 this July with the shipping starting by the end of the month.
Samsung declined to confirm the timeline for new products. The report says Samsung will unveil the Galaxy X smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2019.
We have seen plenty of leaks regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 and S10.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Six Important Features To Expect
In terms of price, Galaxy Note 9 might cost around $1000. Furthermore, production of the revolutionary foldable OLED display will begin in November of this year, enough time for the release in mid 2019. There is a 16MP front camera on the A6 while the Galaxy A6+ has a 24MP selfie camera.
Citing the "parts industry" as its source, the website claims that Samsung's "Beyond" codename is fitting for the firm's 10th-anniversary flagship, with the firm aiming to "go beyond" what it has already achieved in the smartphone market.
"Unlike FOD, partners in the 3D sensing module are not detecting mass-production movements", one electronics industry official said. Unfortunately, the pictures don't come with details about the phone's specs, so we'll have to rely on the previous reports that claim the Galaxy J6 (2018) will come equipped with a 1.4GHz octa-core Exynos 7870 processor, 2GB or 3GB RAM and either 32GB or 64GB expandable storage.
This comes after the Korean giant is rumored to announce a foldable smartphone next year during MWC. The phone is heavily expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor paired with 6GB RAM.
Apple demands $1 Billion from Samsung for design patent violations
CLEARLY BORED of doing minor updates to its product portfolio, Apple has made a decision to renew its patent spat with Samsung . They are called "enlisted plans" in Europe and most parts of the world, however "outline patents" in the US.