For its foldable phone, Huawei has struck a deal with BOE instead of market leaders like Samsung Display and LG Display. This shows us that Samsung is all geared to proceed in the innovation direction, exiting the safe-guarding train. The teaser ends with the battery life depleting completely.
The clips are all titled with the ending moniker "a lot can change in a day", hinting that the phone will overcome such issues, and ends with a slide that says August 9, 2018, when the tech giant's Unpacked event for the phablet will be held. However, we heard nothing regarding the upcoming Note 9 accessories, and we know they always accompany flagship phones.
GSM Arena reports that a reputable Twitter tipster, with a good track record, has indicated that the previously namechecked Samsung Galaxy X won't be a foldable device. We are not sure exactly how much the battery will improve, but rumours suggest that the device will make a 4,000mAh battery.
Even if the monitor features a single USB-C port, attaching a USB-C dongle with a boatload of ports will also get the job done. It is said to come with a 6.4-inch Wide Quad High Definition (WQHD) screen with 18.5:9 aspect ratio, thinner bezels resulting in more than 85 percent screen-to-body ratio.
Depending on the region of sale, Galaxy Note9 will be offered in two chipset variants.
While the rumors seem to align with the bigger discussion around Samsung's push into the lucrative mobile gaming market, the notion of Epic Games allowing a specific platform to have a special sort of controller seems out of line with the company's approach to the game. While a Fortnite Android release date has been slated for "summer", Epic Games has said little else on the matter. There's also word that the game will support the Samsung S-Pen, enabling stylus support and precision aiming for those that can't quite get the job done with their fingers. The event is August 9 in New York City.