Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Reportedly Divide Customers by Income with New Features

Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Reportedly Divide Customers by Income with New Features

We've known for a while that Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone on 9th August, but now we have to ponder the release situation. And although we can't say for sure in the images whether the S Pen will indeed come with Bluetooth, the leaked image suggests a major design overhaul. The first render shows us the Galaxy Tab S4 hooked up to a keyboard attachment which will likely be sold separately. The S Pen stylus is also pictured here, and this image reveals the back side of the device as well, showing its single camera, and an LED flash.

Reliable tipster Evan Blass, who regularly leaks unannounced developments through his @evleaks Twitter account, has posted the render showing the Galaxy Tab S4 in White colour. Will this be your next tablet?

It has now come to light that Samsung will also be soon starting the Galaxy Note 9 production at the Noida plant by the end of July and will start shipping to local and global markets around August-end. Apart from that, the bezels on the sides of the front display also appear to be thinner than before.

Industry watchers said Samsung is apparently seeking to highlight the connectivity of the new smartwatch with Galaxy smartphones. That honor goes to Samsung's Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) that were announced past year in December.

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Beginning on the outside of Samsung's new phones seems particularly apropos since the designs of the company's current Galaxy flagship phones are believed to be one of the main things people dislike about them.

This is because Samsung will have an "entry-level" Galaxy S10 option, which will exclude an in-display fingerprint reader - expected in the other two models. The Galaxy S10 believed to be lined up for a January launch will pack tons of exciting new tech such as a new optical fingerprint sensor embedded right under the display.

Samsung is expected to adopt a new brand name for the smartwatch, such as the Galaxy Watch.

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