Samsung to launch Galaxy S10 Plus with five cameras

Samsung to launch Galaxy S10 Plus with five cameras

"The production of Galaxy Note-9 will start from July-end and the device will likely hit the domestic market by August-end", the official added.

A leaked press render of the Note 9 has revealed what the next flagship phablet from Samsung might look like.

In terms of hardware, the Galaxy Tab S4 will apparently be running a Snapdragon 835 CPU, 4GB of RAM and 7,300mAh battery under the hood with speakers by AKG.

If you're a Samsung fan and it's excitement you're looking for, you've already stopped caring about the Galaxy Note 9 and turned your attention to the Galaxy S10. And in comparison to earlier renders the S Pen silo is perhaps less obvious, but at most the design looks to have been ever so slightly tweaked.

Another notable upgrade to the Note 9 will be to its stylus, which is said to come with Bluetooth support that enables the stylus to derive power from the Bluetooth connection instead of relying on wireless power transfer from the phone's display. We get to see the new S Pen once again and it indeed appears to have a glossy finish.

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Another thing we're pretty sure of when it comes to the Galaxy S10's design is that the back is going to look a bit different because there won't be a fingerprint sensor there.

However, the device will reportedly utilise facial recognition and an in-display fingerprint scanner will provide an easy way to unlock the device.

For example, the device's headlining feature is supposed to be its three rear cameras.

South Korean tech giant Samsung is now working on its 10th generation Galaxy S smartphones - S10 and S10 Plus.

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