The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series were traditionally announced at Mobile World Congress and IFA each year. However, for the past flagship models, Samsung has been launching them separately at their own Samsung Unpacked event. For example, the Galaxy S8 was announced in March, while the Note8 was launched in August this year.
For the upcoming Galaxy S9, it appears that the Korean smartphone maker might be releasing it in two months’ time.
In the free-for-all slugfest to find the best mobile cashless solution in the world, Maybank has entered the ring with their very own QR-based cashless solution. It’s called Maybank QRPay — not the most original of names but you get the idea.
Let’s not beat around the bush. What happened to the Samsung Galaxy Note7 was really unfortunate. It was borderline nasty. And although Samsung has sort of redeemed itself with the Galaxy Note8, there are people who were still apprehensive.
Imagine what people started saying when Samsung launched the Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE), which many mistook to simply be a “refurbished old Note7”. Queue the explosion jokes. Here’s the thing though, it isn’t an old Note7 and here’s why this phone won’t explode.
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If the best spec iMac isn’t cutting it for you, here comes the iMac Pro, the most powerful Mac that’s designed for professionals. Forget Core i7s as the iMac Pro runs on Intel’s Xeon W processors that you can spec up to 18-cores and with up to 128GB of RAM.
The next big thing from Samsung will be the Galaxy S9 and S9+ which are expected to be released in the first quarter of 2018. While it’s still early, serial leakster @onleaks have just released more details and a full 360 render of these two flagship devices via MySmartPrice and 91mobiles.
If you don’t like the fingerprint sensor placement on the current Galaxy S8/Note8 series, you’ll be pleased to know that Samsung has finally fixed it on their upcoming models.