"Rumor mill: Samsung's rumored 7" folding phone is making headlines yet again, with analysts and anonymous industry sources claiming the device - codenamed "Winner" - will finally hit store shelves during early 2019. Both the leak have brought the Galaxy Note 9 out in open, leaving nothing to the imagination. However so far there haven't really been much talks about a radical new design, although apparently it has already been finalized. The display is not that big as well, measuring only at 5-inch and a single camera for each side.
Priced lower than other Galaxy J series phones?That scanner, which will be part of the two larger devices, will be ultrasonic according to Kuo with the smaller S10 having a fingerprint scanner built onto the side of the handset. Do comment and let us know your views. Such a device would place Samsung in a place of prominence, as it would become the first manufacturer to introduce a foldable screen, which has been hotly anticipated for years.
Where were you when the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 made its explosive debut back in 2016? "We will diversify functions and improve performance related to the health".
One of the key features Samsung will promote next year is a "fingerprint on display", or "FOD" reader, which means that users will be able to scan their finger by placing it on the screen.
Apart from the new position of the fingerprint sensor, the leaked render shows that the dual camera setup of the Galaxy Note 9 matches the paintjob of its back panel.
When it comes to smartphone security, Samsung has typically employed several different methods.
Qualcomm has been developing this kind of scanner for some time. It's generally accespted that the flexible device will run Google's Android operating system like most other Samsung smartphones. The only question would be whether or not Samsung's alleged in-display sensor will be better, more accurate, and faster than what's available in the market.
Rumours for the Galaxy S10 are in full swing with news emerging, next year's release will see three devices instead of two taking a dig at the upcoming iPhone launch. There have been no indication that this will change, but at the same time we're sure that Samsung fans and would-be customers wouldn't mind seeing a larger battery. The company previously confirmed its plans for a foldable phone earlier this year, and it's looking to launch the new foldable phone in early 2019 to help boost its handset business.