First off is Samsung and its upcoming Galaxy Note 8 phablet. According to a report recently published by Reuters, the South Korean phone make is said to be looking forward to formally introducing its latest phablet offering some time in late August of this year.
By consensus, Samsung’s newest addition to its Galaxy lineup of smartphones -- the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus -- appear to be the number one (or only) choice when it comes to taking full advantage of ultra fast network connection speeds that some wireless carriers are already starting to introduce.
According to a report recently published by South Korean publication The Bell, Apple is apparently considering putting OLED display screens on all of its iPhone models by 2019. To date, rumors are already circulating that this year’s highly awaited iPhone 8 will sport an OLED display on an edge to edge screen.
According to a report recently published by TrendForce, it is quite possible that Apple may decide to do away with the 32 gigabyte edition for its highly awaited iPhone 8. This means that this year’s new iPhone models will be having a base model that features 64 gigabytes of built in memory at the minimum.
As far as this year’s upcoming iPhone devices are concerned, the talk is that Apple is looking to launch a trio of new models -- the iPhone 8 (the premium high end offering in celebration of the iPhone’s 10th birthday), plus the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus. So how exactly will the iPhone 8 differentiate itself from the iPhone 7s models?
2017 happens to be the year that Apple’s most popular product -- the iPhone -- turns a decade old. That is why industry watchers, Apple’s fans, and even casual consumers believe that the tech giant will be releasing a super higher spec iPhone model later this year.
According to a report recently published by Taiwan based news website Digitimes, this year’s upcoming iPhone 8 could be equipped with a full glass front and rear side flanking a center frame made of metal.
Two of the biggest names in the smartphone industry are investing significantly in OLED display screens in order to win new orders for Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 8. Combined, Samsung and LG are investing about $11.3 billion in flexible OLEDs, as reported by Business Korea.
It has only been barely a couple of weeks since this year’s iPhone models -- the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus -- but rumors about next year’s iPhone offering (nicknamed the iPhone 8) are already starting to surface.
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