It's being speculated that this particular Samsung phone may have an in-display fingerprint scanner, which is something that a lot of consumers have been wanting on a Samsung device for sometime now.
Smog in key north China region rises 27 percent in March: ministry
For the first quarter as a whole, China's exports grew a hearty 14.1 percent from a year earlier. Hi-tech products have been among its fastest growing export segments.
The South Korean tech giant Samsung that famously made the displays for Apple's iPhone X a year ago is going to start making displays for a new iPhone X and iPhone X Plus as reported by Taiwan's Economic Daily News. The patent application was filed by the South Korean company back in March 30 with the Chinese patent organization SIPO and was only spotted by Mobielkopen on Monday. The iPhone X launch was delayed past year compared to that of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus because there were apparently issues with the production of the TrueDepth Camera system that powered the Face ID feature. In the upper part of the new device is a dual camera. It also includes a USB Type-C port, volume rockers, a power button, as well as a headphone jack. From releasing an ad taking potshots at the notch to incorporating it in a smartphone, Samsung might just have lost the bragging rights over its fiercest rival. They really, really hate the notch.
It has to be noted everything that gets registered in a patent office may not make it into the final device that hits the market as companies' sometimes tend to make several designs for reference objective before finalizing the actual product.
Apple's upcoming new service might be the Netflix of news
The Bloomberg report also notes that Apple laid off about 20 Texture staffers soon after the acquisition in March. It's clear the company is looking for the same success story with its upcoming news subscription.
For those who aren't big fans of the notch, Samsung is also working on something else.
Probably, yes. Going by the number of Android devices with Apple iPhone X-like notch launched recently in the market, Samsung seems to have given in to the temptation of offering a similar phone in the coming months or early next year.
Ford Mustang to take on Australian Supercars series from 2019
Ford Australia has confirmed the Mustang will take part in the Supercars championship from the 2019 season. This won't be the first Ford Mustang to have a Monster sticker on it, that's for sure.