Thursday, 23 May, 2019

New Leak Seemingly Explains the Galaxy Note 9's Horizontal Camera Layout

Samsung Galaxy J7 Duo Leaked Design of Samsung's New Smartphone Shows New Features
Cecil Davis | 14 June, 2018, 08:49

This morning a report from ETNews suggested Samsung was well on its way to releasing sound-emitting OLED display tech. Assumed to be called the Galaxy Note 9, a notorious leaker may have just outed its battery size just as a new, faster wireless charger from Samsung hit the FCC.

ABOVE: Vis EN.DB, a prototype of Samsung Display's "Sound Display" technology, photographed at SID 2018 Display Week exhibition.

It's emerged that Samsung has reached a new milestone in the development of its first sound-emitting OLED screen, which transmits audio through the screen itself rather than an earpiece speaker, bringing commercialisation forward to 2019.

The only other thing that would be left to hide on the front would be the camera, although I don't see Samsung taking the Vivo route there.

LG will get in on the mix as well, if this report is to be believed.

Disney releases teaser trailer for 'Dumbo'
Walt Disney Pictures has released the first trailer and poster for their live-action remake of the 1941 animated classic Dumbo . Vandevere (Keaton) and an aerial artist named Colette Marchant (Green) swoop in to make the peculiar pachyderm a star'.

As was the case with previous Samsung smartwatches, the company is expected to launch two versions of the Gear S4 - a sportier Frontier model and a more traditional Classic version to cater to different tastes.

Samsung demoed a concept similar to what's on the Vivo NEX that would allow the Galaxy S10 to completely do away with an earpiece on the front of the phone, creating a almost entirely bezel-less phone. That'd benefit highly from a lack of need for additional visible parts - especially since it'll be one major moving part in and of itself.

The thinking is the technology will find its way into the Galaxy S10, which is expected to be unveiled in March, but could even be launched as early as CES in January. The transmission bandwidth of the panel is reported to come between the 100 ~ 8000Hz range.

Have a peek at the timeline below for more information on the Samsung Galaxy S10. But, if you're reading this post about custom recoveries, you probably already knew about that and don't care.