In addition to working on a fully flexible display, a development that was expected to be debuted at MWC 2017, the leaked patent details a new type of phone that only consists of a flexible OLED screen with no bezel at all.
Reports from Korea also suggest that the Galaxy S9 will benefit from a new mainboard design that will enable the manufacturer to fit miniaturized circuits into an even smaller space. We, however, do not expect that a design completely similar to Apple will be launched. We've compiled a list of some of the best Android phones expected to be released later this year, including the Google Pixel 3, Huawei P20, Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, and the Nokia 9.
According to ETNews, Galaxy S9 will sport a 12-megapixel rear-shooter with f/1.5 aperture and f/2.4 lens.
The final tidbit has to do with screen sizes which will be 5.77-inches and 6.22-inches. Apple already offers an AI chip in its iPhone X that the company says can perform "up to 600 billion operations per second". It seems that Samsung does not want to be left far behind either.More news: IOC says North Korea to have 22 athletes in 5 Olympic sports
Samsung India has a strong line-up of flagship smartphones - the Galaxy S-series and Note-series - besides budget devices like the J-series and On-series.
Fashion fond lovers can make the best use of Galaxy On7 Prime and would be the flawless buddy for them, says the Vice President of Samsung India, Sandeep Singh.
Of course, the viability of Samsung's plan may be higher, as it appears to be somewhat less complicated, but if Apple is going to mess with the design of the iPhone X, it's hard to imagine the company taking half measures. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus would become available for pre-orders on March 1st.
A fingerprint scanner seated beneath the display isn't new. The Note Edge wasn't practical in any way, but today's phones using the same general technology most certainly are.More news: Republican Senator Graham says 'no' to stopgap funding bill
Motorola will probably have the biggest line-up of new smartphones to showcase in Barcelona.
The Oppo A83, on the other hand, is a budget smartphone and was first launched in China last month.
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