Samsung announces video preview of new Galaxy device next week

Samsung announces video preview of new Galaxy device next week

"Fortnite", Epic Game's incredibly popular battle royale shooter, will finally be coming to Android, but as a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 exclusive for 30 days, both 9to5Google and XDA Developers report, citing sources.

Samsung will also offer a rugged Protective Silicone Cover with a built-in kickstand which is United States military standard MIL-STD 810G certified and able to withstand a fall of as much as 1.8 metres.

So, when is Samsung dropping its big-ass phone? With that in mind, this alleged move to force the release of a foldable device is not only to assert Huawei's continued progression within the smartphone industry, but also to prove that Chinese companies can stand in the same ring as Samsung, which is the top smartphone maker and display manufacturer in the world.

Huawei is rumored to be working on such a foldable device with a flexible display of its own as well, and some pretty fearless rumors claim that Huawei might actually be aiming to reveal its technological advances ahead of Samsung. Translated into consumer, it means Huawei wants the attention and praise of being first even if the phone itself isn't almost as good as whatever Samsung has cooking.

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I mean, for that money, you could get yourself a brand new, high-end laptop of OLED TV, and you wouldn't need to replace either of those after a couple of years. But Huawei wants to beat Samsung to market, a new report from Nikkei Asian Review reveals.

Samsung has been working on its first foldable smartphone since 2013. "He said, "[Huawei] wants to be the first in the industry, even if the display technology from its panel supplier might not be that ready like Samsung".

The company is also said to have enhanced the ISOCELL technology for Galaxy Note9's camera, in addition to enhanced Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and variable aperture (F1.5-F2.4) to capture high-quality pictures in low-light.

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