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TechnologySamsung insider teases breakthrough phone design coming in the second half of 2019

04:30  16 may  2019
04:30  16 may  2019 Source:   bgr.com

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A Samsung insider who is perhaps best known for sharing details about brand new phones well ahead of their official announcements is back teasing that some sort of breakthrough smartphone design is coming in the second half of the year. It’s unclear at this time whether he’s talking about a Samsung phone or not, but the leaker did say recently that Samsung will be among the companies to deliver this brand new design.

Ice Universe is the leaker in question, a constant presence in smartphone news. He posted the following Galaxy Note 7 images on Twitter teasing that a “better-designed phone” is coming later this year.

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Samsung ’s Infinity-O screen is the closest design we have to an all-screen smartphone, and I’m strictly speaking about all-screen phones that do not have Separately, a Samsung insider keeps teasing some sort of smartphone design breakthrough that will be unveiled in the second half of 2019 .

The Galaxy Note 7 represents Samsung’s biggest disaster to date. The phone was very well received, but then Samsung had to deal with a plethora of battery incidents, from explosions to fires. The phone was recalled and ultimately canceled, and Samsung had to deal with all the blowback. The Note 7 recall actually forced Samsung to delay the launch of the Galaxy S8 in early 2017, as it was still investigating the Note 7 and putting additional safety measures in place to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.

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A Samsung insider teased that Note 10 phones will get a different screen design , but focused on the screen’s edge display. He also said that Samsung is among the companies that might come out with breakthrough smartphone designs in the second half of the year, without mentioning the Galaxy

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No matter how great the Galaxy Note 7 design may have been, it’s still a 2016 phone, and smartphone design has come a long way since. The Galaxy S8 was Samsung’s first phone with an Infinity display. That screen morphed into the Infinity-O screen of this year’s Galaxy S10, which is what we expect to see on the Note 10 come August.

Samsung (and everyone else in the business) has tried to continuously increase the size of the screen at the expense of the bezels. Some did with it notches, pop-up selfie cams or slider phones. Others put two screens on the phone. And Samsung created hole-punch displays. The first foldable phones were also unveiled earlier this year, with one of them stealing the show back at the Mobile World Congress in 2019. So we already have smartphone designs better that are miles better than the Galaxy Note 7.

How could Samsung or anyone else further perfect the smartphone design? The only thing nobody has done is to sell a phone with a selfie camera placed under the screen. That would be the perfect all-screen phone design, and something we expect to see in stores in the not-too-distant future. But is it ready for 2019?

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The phone itself is quite durable, inside and out. It even comes with a new PowerShare feature, which allows you to share your phone ’s charge with other Galaxy devices. Released in the spring of 2018, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is still considered a landmark release for Samsung ’s smartphone

Samsung is prepping not two but three new flagship phone series that will be released this year, and they’re all shaping up to be some of the most exciting On top of all that, the world’s top Samsung insider teased something intriguing way back in early January. The big smartphone design trend in

Ice Universe seems to know something we don’t, and he’s not sharing more details about it. However, since he’s teasing it with the help of Note 7 pics, it’s easy to assume Samsung is behind this new handset design, and that the Galaxy Note 10 could be the device he’s referring to.

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Samsung has been working on new smartphone designs that are unlike anything we’ve seen before.
For a few months now, a prominent Samsung insider teased smartphone designs unlike anything we've seen before, prompting us to wonder whether he was teasing the Galaxy Note 10 or something else. We know now that the Note 10 will feature the same design language Samsung used for the Galaxy S10, with a few minor changes to help customers tell the two apart. So Samsung's next flagship can't deliver the breakthrough design the leaker in question kept mentioning.

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