Samsung just tooled up for mass production of the chipsets that will go into the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, as it is breaking ground on a brand new foundry this week, tasked with making the plunge all the way down to the 7nm production node. The factory costs $5.6 billion, yet Samsung has further expansion plans about it, since the 7nm process will be with us for at least a few years going forward.
The Redmi Note 5 Pro has a 5.99″ Full HD+ display that boasts a resolution of 1080 by 2160 pixels and has the freshest octa-core Snapdragon 636 chipset that is drawing power form a 4,000mAh battery. The phone comes in two memory configurations, with 4/6GB RAM, and both will sport 64GB storage. There is a brand new set of cameras on the back, arranged in a vertical format like you know who. The usual 12MP f/2.2 primary camera that Xiaomi uses lately, is paired with a 5MP f/2.0 depth sensor, while the front-facing camera offers the whopping 20MP resolution, and is aided by a flash.
Well, it was too good to be true. The in-display finger scanner of the Galaxy Note 9, that is, as rumors that Samsung won’t be ready to produce those in mass quantities for the S9, but may be for the Note 9, are quickly getting deflated.
We have been hearing time and again that under-the-glass fingerprint scanners are coming to our beloved smartphones very soon. Well, to be exact, the first handset to have this already exists, but it’s stuck to being exclusive to China — it’s the Vivo X20 Plus UD. We are still waiting for the first mainstream devices to bring the tech about in 2018.
Last year, hopeful leaksters said that we might see under-the-glass fingerprint sensors on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9, but further reports said that Samsung is still not ready to put the tech on the production line. …
Samsung sold lots of Galaxy S6 and Note 5 flagships, as well as many of the former’s variations like the S6 edge and S6 edge+. All those people who still use these phones are still waiting for the handset maker to announce whether or not it will release Android Oreo updates for any of them.
Until today, we only had rumors pointing to possible Oreo updates for the Galaxy S6 and its variations, but no these reports haven’t been confirmed by Samsung. While we still don’t know what’s happening in Samsung’s labs, there’s a high chance that these Galaxy and Note models will eventually receive …
Eyeing the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? If you’re looking for a phone to make you more productive, you can’t go wrong with this one. Sporting a large 6.3-inch display and the S-Pen, there is so much you can do on the phone to help you get your work done quickly. The IP68 certification rating means that you won’t have to hide the Galaxy Note 8 in your pocket when it starts to rain, and if an idea hits you in the shower, you can quickly start working on it before you towel yourself dry.
If there is one complaint about the Galaxy Note 8, it is the price. At Verizon, for example, the handset will …