Sure, Samsung might be planning to formally introduce its newest flagship device, the Galaxy S9, in February of next year during the annual Mobile World Congress to be held in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain, but that does not mean it will not be showcasing something new at the Consumer Electronics Show, which is scheduled to happen next month in Las Vegas in Nevada.
According to a report recently published by South Korea’s The Bell, the world’s number one seller of smartphone devices might be officially unveiling its latest flagship offering, the Galaxy S9, in late February of next year. The formal introduction of the handset is rumored to happen at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is held yearly in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain. In 2018, the event will run from February 26th until March 1st.
According to a report recently published by the Korea Herald, Samsung is planning to introduce various improvements to the iris scanner on its next generation flagship device offering, particularly the Galaxy S9, which is rumored to make its debut a month from now.
Just about every mobile user within the last decade has been asking for a smartphone battery that can offer extended battery life. Could 2018 be the year in which we finally get a battery that can keep up with our increasingly handset dependent and data hungry lifestyles? This largely remains to be seen, but if it is Apple getting in on the action, that should be pretty exciting news in itself, right?
Earlier this week, leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass posted in Twitter images of what appears to be ads for a certain Huawei PCE Series device. There were four ads in all, and they seem to highlight the handset’s camera specs and imaging capabilities, with mentions of triple lens cameras on the rear side, 40 megapixel images, 5X hybrid zooming that takes full advantage of both optical and digital zoom in photographing far away subjects, and a 24 megapixel shooter on the front side.
Hardcore Android fans could see Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus make their debut sooner than anticipated. As indicated in a report recently published by VentureBeat, the South Korean phone maker’s 2018 flagship devices will be unveiled during next year’s Consumer Electronics Show, which is scheduled to kick of on January 11th in the city of Las Vegas in Nevada.
The concept of foldable smartphones is nothing new -- as a matter of fact, some of the world’s biggest phone makers, like Samsung and LG, have been reported to be exploring the idea as early as 2014 (Samsung even published a patent a year ago).
In a market research note written to subscribers, Wave7 Research says that Sprint apparently has plans to add programming from Hulu in its unlimited plans. Dealers have already been reportedly told to expect this new inclusion, with one subscription for each account and the value is said to be worth $7.99.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, noted analyst from KGI Securities (and considered by many as the foremost expert in predicting Apple trends), it is quite possible that the success of the iPhone X this year may lead to three new iPhone models in 2018 that will employ the same all screen design as the iPhone X.
According to a blog post recently published by ZeroFOX, it had found more than 500 fake accounts throughout various social media platforms (including popular ones like Facebook, Instagram, and even YouTube) that all offer iPhone X giveaway deals, but are actually scams. Most of these spam offers are designed for one thing -- to get consumers to supply their personal data.
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