• The Galaxy Note 9 appears in new leaked photos

    27 days ago - By Phone Arena

    A set of new photos, allegedly depicting the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, have been leaked online. Getting our hands on what are possibly some of the first real-life photos of Samsung's upcoming phablet flagship is not all that surprising at this point, considering how close it is to launch.
    The three photos, leaked by user SamsungMobile.News on SlashLeaks, show off the Galaxy Note 9 from both the back and the front. Curiously , in one of the pictures, the alleged Note 9 is shown with a broken screen - a crack running from the mid-lower ...
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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks Again In Midnight Black

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks Again In Midnight Black

    27 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Two real-life images depicting what's said to be the Galaxy Note 9 appeared online earlier today, having been shared by one user on Instagram. The photographs that can be seen below appear to show the Midnight Black variant of the device that's expected to be available globally, though the model number SM-N960U seen in the Settings app and the back label indicates this is a unit meant to be sold in the United States, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 chip.
    The right image shows one of the clearest looks at the rear plate of the Galaxy Note 9 to date, confirming Samsung once again opted...
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  • A Galaxy S10+ may replace the Note 10, how about that?

    A Galaxy S10+ may replace the Note 10, how about that?

    27 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Samsung may be gearing up for big changes in its phone lineup after it has its strategic hat back on with the release of its Vice Chairman Lee from the prison doldrums. Mr Lee is bent on ending the evolutionary development of Samsung's recent smartphones that the current head of the mobile department implemented and is willing to shake things up before Apple or the Chinese phone makers take the innovation initiative. What's the next big thing in mobile, then? Why, bendy handsets, of course. As per one Korean industry insider cited today:
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  • Samsung's Galaxy S10+ may be the last ‘Plus' device, reportedly being merged with Note line

    Samsung's Galaxy S10+ may be the last ‘Plus' device, reportedly being merged with Note line

    27 days ago - By 9to5Google

    For the past few generations, Samsung has been delivering a larger version of its mainstream flagship. Apparently, though, next year's Galaxy S10+ could be the last in that series...
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  • Samsung To Merge Galaxy S & Note Lines, S10 May Feature S Pen

    27 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Samsung is planning to merge its two high-end lineups of Android smartphones, the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, South Korean outlet The Bell reports, citing people close to the Seoul-based tech giant. The idea is said to be coming from the very top, i.e. Samsung Group Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, the de facto leader of the conglomerate since 2014 when his father and Chairman Lee Kun-hee was left in a comatose state following a heart attack.
    While the move has yet to be greenlit, the basic thinking behind it reportedly stems from Samsung's declining smartphone sales across all price...
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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Press Image Leaked

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Press Image Leaked

    27 days ago - By Geeky Gadgets

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was seen in some live photos recently and now a leaked press image for the handset has appeared online. The picture of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was posted online by Evan Blass, so this is probably an official render from Samsung. The device is rumored to come with a...
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  • Samsung Galaxy S Lineup Could Be Merged With Note Series

    Samsung Galaxy S Lineup Could Be Merged With Note Series

    27 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    Samsung typically releases two flagship phones a year. One in the early part of the year in the form of the Galaxy S series, and another in the later part of the year in the form of the Galaxy Note series. While it might seem counterintuitive to release two flagships as they might compete against each other, the Galaxy S and Note series are aimed at different kinds of users. However that could change in the future, according to a report out of Korea in which it was suggested that Samsung could merge their Galaxy S lineup with the Note lineup. Apparently this is due to customers who are...
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