The new Samsung Galaxy J6 is a mid-range handset that will, nonetheless, be decked out with Sammy’s Infinity Display. The thin-bezels and 18.5:9 aspect ratio are usually found on the company’s high-end models. Not that you will find this panel on the Galaxy Note 9, mind you. The 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display carries a 720 x 1480 HD+ resolution. Still, it is a bright and colorful screen according to a new commercial for the device that you can find at the top of this story.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could make its official debut in late July. Despite the Samsung Galaxy S9 series recently reaching the 1 million sales milestone in South Korea, shipments are reportedly lagging behind Samsung’s initial expectations. Because of this, one new report claims the smartphone giant will bring forward the launch of the Galaxy Note 9.
There’s no doubt that Samsung plans to continue to improve its advanced Bixby platform, especially that most competing companies are trying to lure customers with their own AI platforms. Back in February, Samsung’s CEO confirmed the next version of Bixby will be launched alongside the South Korean company’s second flagship for 2018.
Today, Gray G. Lee, head of the AI Center under Samsung Research told Korea Herald that the next flagship smartphone coming from his company, the Galaxy Note 9 will include an improved version of Bixby.
He went on to say that Bixby 2.0 will offer enhanced …
The mysterious Galaxy S9 “lite” that has been making the rumor rounds lately may actually be a real phone that is going to be released soon at a price yet unknown. There were already a few press shots leaked of the downgraded S9, and it looks pretty in the new Burgundy Red that the S9 is also going to get.
What’s better than buying a Samsung Galaxy S9+? Getting one for free, of course! And tomorrow, May 8th, is the last day you can enter Sammy’s contest to win one of 100 Galaxy S9+ units directly from the manufacturer. You can enter using the Instagram app or via a Twitter tweet. And all you have to do is suggest a location for one of the company’s 12v12 pictures. These are two photos of a landmark taken by a Galaxy S9 series phone. One is snapped in the afternoon and the other at midnight; this allows consumers to judge how well the camera and photo processing work on Samsung’s 2018 flagships, especially …
With the Samsung Galaxy S10 now rumored to hit the light of day at CES 2019, there is now talk that Samsung’s eagerly awaited foldable phone will be unveiled the following month in Barcelona at MWC 2019. Yes, it is hard to look ahead at events planned for next winter, just as the weather is turning warm in the U.S. The foldable phone has been dubbed the Samsung Galaxy X, and carries the codename of “Winner.” Previously, the device had a development codename of “Valley.” This change is an indication that the device has gone from a long term development project, to having a slot in the manufacturer’s …
A new report claims the latest flagships from Samsung and Apple are seeing record-low sales in South Korea. It has previously been reported a number of times that Apple has been forced to cut iPhone X orders due to lower-than-expected demand, and this appears to have spread to South Korea. Unfortunately for Samsung, however, its brand also appears to be tackling weak demand.
It looks like Samsung is the next smartphone company to jump on the Android Go bandwagon. The version of Android that’s been specifically designed to work on entry-level phones with 1GB RAM or less has been supported by many handset manufacturers lately.
An unannounced Samsung smartphone has been recently spotted at Geekbench and judging by its specs, this could be the South Korean company’s first Android Go handset. The device goes by model number SM-J260G and packs just 1GB RAM and a quad-core Exynos 7570 processor.
Another piece of information that suggests …
Apple is reportedly seeking a price cut from Samsung on the price of OLED panels. Apple’s first device to sport an OLED display, the iPhone X, has so far seen much weaker demand than initially anticipated, which has forced Apple to cut orders by up to 50%. One of the main reasons behind this, unsurprisingly, is reportedly the high price of the smartphone.