Samsung’s obsession with huge batteries might continue to the Galaxy X
Samsung is widely expected to launch next year its most exciting Android phone yet, the Galaxy X, which is supposed to be the company first foldable phone. A report a few days ago said the Galaxy X design will be slightly different than what we were lead to believe. The phone will not fold all the way like a wallet, as a portion of the screen should remain accessible to the user. That way, when notifications and calls come in, one could glance at the available screen rather than folding the handset out.A new report now says the phone might have incredible battery life, possibly even better than the Galaxy Note 9.
An allegedly official render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been posted over at Android Headlines, and well, there’s not a lot to see. The render only shows the front of the device, and if it ’s accurate, the Note 9 will look almost identical to its predecessor from this angle.
An alleged leaked image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reveals a design that doesn’t differ much from last year’s Note 8 . The news, then, is that the Note 9 will probably be a lot like the Note 8 , just like this year’s Galaxy S9 was an iterative upgrade on the S8.
An allegedly official render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been posted, and... well, there’s not a lot to see. The render only shows the front of the device, and if it’s accurate, the Note 9 will look almost identical to from this angle. The bottom bezel might be slightly thinner, and the S Pen slot could be a little more flush with the device, but it’s hard to tell for sure.
The news, then, is that the Note 9 will probably be a lot like the Note 8, just likewas an iterative upgrade on the S8. It’s reasonable to expect that the Note 9 will follow the S9 in having a more conveniently located fingerprint sensor, at least — rumors have gone and on whether it might be integrated into the display, but either way it shouldn’t be again.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 9 at an.
Samsung's foldable Galaxy X smartphone could launch in early 2019 .
Next year, Samsung hopes you'll spend thousands of dollars on its new, cutting-edge foldable phone. Samsung's Galaxy X smartphone, codenamed "Winner", is a fully bendable and foldable device that, when flat, will be the size of a small tablet, the Wall Street Journal reports.