By Alexander Wong | 19 Comments
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Flip phones are a thing in the late nineties and early noughties but the form-factor has since given way to the all-screen touch-centric design language of smartphones today. Despite that, it seems there is still a market for flip phones in amongst the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world, and Samsung has been cashing on
Say hello to the W2019, a foldable phone from Samsung but it’s not the foldable phone from Samsung. The W2019 is the latest in a line of foldable phones from the makers of the Galaxy Note 9 with a price tag that would make even the most die-hard iPhone fans blush.
Before the Galaxy S10 is announced next year, Samsung has just unveiled its latest flagship mobile processor, the Exynos 9820. This succeeds the current Exynos 9810 chip that’s powering the Galaxy S9 and Note9 series.Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung had unveiled a working foldable smartphone during their developer conference last week. It can seamlessly transform from a candy bar phone into a larger 7.3″ tablet-mode display.
Usually with a new form factor like this, the commercial device is more of an experimental device to see how consumers would react to it. This is similar to the original Galaxy Note, Galaxy Round and Galaxy Note Edge. However, it seems that the Korean smartphone maker will be taking this futuristic display to the masses and it will be sold globally.Read the rest of this entry »
The upcoming Galaxy S10 is expected to be announced sometime in March 2019. While it’s still several months to go, Samsung will be unveiling its latest Exynos processor next week. The teaser image emphasises on the “intelligence from within” which is an indication that AI will be its primary focus.Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re looking for a new colour for the Galaxy Note9, Samsung has just announced the arrival of its Lavender Purple option in Malaysia. The new colour is available only for the high-spec version that comes with 8GB RAM and 512GB of storage.
As a limited time promo, Samsung Malaysia is doubling up on its storage by offering a free 512GB microSD card which gives it a total of 1TB of storage.Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung is one step closer to unveil its first commercial foldable smartphone. Before it is released in 2019, Samsung had taken the opportunity to showcase the potential with a new display during its developer conference in San Francisco. It’s called the Infinity Flex and Samsung says that this the future of mobile display technology.Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung is a leader when it comes to Super AMOLED displays. Over the years, they have managed to fit a larger display without increasing the width of their smartphones. The double curved Super AMOLED display on the Galaxy S6 edge was one of their greatest breakthroughs and on the Galaxy S8, they have trimmed down its forehead and chin to create a tall Infinity Display.
While most manufacturers have gone with the notch route, Samsung has refrained from following the trend for quite some time now. During its developer conference in San Francisco, it appears that Samsung will eventually release a notch smartphone with its new range of Infinity Displays. There’s not just one but three different designs but fortunately, it’s less intrusive than the rest.
A few days ago, Samsung had changed their social profile images to a folded Samsung logo. This was an indication that a foldable Samsung smartphone could be released very soon.
Turns out that Samsung will be showcasing the device at an upcoming two-day Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco.Read the rest of this entry »
The current Samsung Galaxy Note9 comes in a variety of colours which include Coral Blue, Metallic Copper, Lavender Purple and Midnight Black. About a month ago, the Korean brand had also introduced a new Cloud Silver option for the US market. If you prefer to get the Galaxy Note9 in white, it appears that this colour option could be released very soon.Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung is expected to release an all new design for the Galaxy S10. The current Infinity Display with a noticeable forehead and chin has been around for two years now. For the next model, it looks like Samsung is going for a near bezel-less edge-to-edge display but unlike the rest, there won’t be a notch at the top.Read the rest of this entry »