Full Hardware Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Confirmed In Leak

Full Hardware Specifications Of Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Confirmed In Leak

This means that Samsung is not going all near bezel-less display as other smartphone players in the market.

The image confirms the slight design changes we've already seen leaked.

We've often talked about the Galaxy X, Samsung's most innovative Android phone ever, and it looks like we're finally getting closer to an actual launch.

Per The Wall Street Journal, Samsung will introduce the phone early next year, as Samsung is looking to launch a "splashy device that can help boost longer-term demand for its slumping handset business".

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It's also worth pointing out the "Do not leak" sticker on the back of the phone for comic effect. Moving to the front of the device, the bezels are still there on the top and the bottom of the device. The screen can be folded in half like a wallet.

One model of the upcoming Galaxy S10 will have a 5.8-inch (14.7cm) screen, another a 6.1-inch (15.5cm) screen, and the largest version will feature a 6.4-inch (16.3cm) screen.

A couple of photos of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 9 made its way to the internet today and they don't look good. A broader commercial launch could follow in the second half of 2019.

Samsung typically releases its new Galaxy S lineup in late February at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show. It could end up costing more than $1,500 because of the expensive foldable display as well as the bigger battery and more powerful processors required to power the entire device. However, as the publication notes, the slightly curved display edges may only be an optical illusion, so we will need to wait for the official reveal to be sure.

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