Folding Samsung phone to debut at MWC 2019

Folding Samsung phone to debut at MWC 2019

The latest scoop on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 came from the latest GFXBench benchmark listing, which shows that the upcoming top-tier tablet will sport a slightly bigger display compared to its predecessor. With this, it is highly speculated that the Galaxy Tab S4 will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon processor used in last year's flagship handsets.

Reliable leakster Ice Universe has allegedly gained access to the new Note 9 specs. That is why analysts say whether to pay more money for a new device, if a year ago is technically better.

Sources say Samsung is changing the date to make room for its first foldable phone.

A new S-Pen stylus is also expected to arrive with the Note 9.

We've already seen that Samsung is kicking off part sourcing later this year and that it will be a limited run similar to the Galaxy Round.

The device has been submitted to the National Communication Propagation Committee of Taiwan for approval and the first live pictures of the Galaxy J4 have surfaced on the agency's website.

The Samsung smart AI assistant is also rumoured to get an update to Bixby 2.0 - what that brings to the phone is unclear.

The Galaxy Tab S4 missed Samsung's Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress in February, but a release appears to be in the cards for 2018. It seems likely that the language interface will be more natural and that the AI will offer wider controls of the phone.

It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is distinguished from its new generation of the fact that he has much more powerful camera, a handy fingerprint scanner and a more powerful technical equipment. Whatever might be the case, there is still some time until Samsung reveals something concrete about the devices.

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