Published: Sat, July 07, 2018
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Samsung just went live with secret Galaxy Note 9 support

Samsung just went live with secret Galaxy Note 9 support

Running Android 8 Oreo, the Galaxy J7 Star sports a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display with a classic 720 x 1280 pixels resolution, and employs a pretty generic design that Samsung's been using for years on its less advanced phones.

Samsungs's foldable flagship Galaxy X phone is expected to go official in the initial months of 2019 alongside the Galaxy S10.

SAMSUNG'S RUN OF RECORD PROFITS looks to be coming to an end and the Galaxy S9 is reportedly to blame. Earlier reports claimed that it's the other way around and the S10 would be launched earlier than its predecessor. A follow-up report in May said that Samsung was planning the Galaxy X announcement for next year's Mobile World Congress in February, with the Galaxy S10 to be unveiled a month earlier in January at CES 2019.

According to the patent, the foldable smartphone will come with two mics, dual loudspeakers, and dual antennas. The release of the Galaxy Note 9 - and every device released by Samsung - is heralded by a number of predictable events.

Smartwatches have never lit up the market in terms of sales, but if anyone not named Apple can carve out respectable a sales share, it's Samsung.

In addition to the operating system change, Ice Universe also notes that the Galaxy Watch will come equipped with "new UX interaction". Samsung fans will likely have to wait until late 2018 for further rumors on which device will be announced first next year. According to the company's guidance, things are not looking so good, and with an operating profit that is expected to be just 5.1 percent, Samsung better hope that the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 is going to be a "home run" victor.

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