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New Samsung Galaxy S10 leak shares more info about display, colour options

More leaked details of the Galaxy S10 series are coming in. The phones, which are going to be launched on February 20 in San Francisco, have been revealed to us bit by bit by different sources. This time, CompareRaja shares more details about the line we haven’t heard yet. The Galaxy S10+ is the only one getting a dual selfie camera setup. Colour options for the S10 and S10+ include Black, White, Blue, and Green, while the S10 Lite will be getting a Yellow option as previously rumoured. The last one is said to be targeting a younger crowd. This leak corroborates rumours about the battery capacity of the phones. It also claims that only the S10 and S10+ get the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint readers, but instead of a different in-display fingerprint sensor, the S10 Lite is reportedly getting a side-mounted reader.

Source: GSMArena


Samsung launches latest The Frame 4K UHD TVs in three sizes

One of the most innovative products from Samsung is The Frame OLED TV which is flat and mountable like a photo or art frame and can display myriad works of art when not in use and convert into a full-featured 4K UHD screen complete with HDR 10+ technology.

Included with The Frame is access to Samsung's Art Store with over 850 pieces of art that are reproduced in immersive detail on the display. USers can opt to pay a subscription or purchase the art they display for $26.99 each. Aside from art reproductions The Frame owners can access 30 iconic pieces of photography from The New York Times, 21 artworks from the Victoria and Albert Museum and 10 pieces from the YellowKorner Gallery.

The frame is available in Canada in 43" ($1,699.99), 55" ($2,6999.99) and 65" ($3,7999.99).


A deeper look at the Samsung Galaxy Note9 DeX running on the HP Elite X3 Lap dock

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Here's a more extensive walkthrough of how the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's built-in DeX functionality works with an HP Elite X3 Lap Dock. This Lap Dock was designed for a Windows Phone using Continuum to enable certain apps and services to extend to the lap dock screen, keyboard and trackpad. It works quite well for native Google apps but third party applications like Netflix and Instagram do not scale the whole size of the screen.

The HP Elite Lap Dock also doesn't seem to work with other USB Type-C devices (it didn't work with a MediaTek processor powered Planet Computers Gemini or a Microsoft Surface Go). I no longer have my Note9 review unit so I cannot test functionality on the Lap Dock any further, but it was interesting to see how much of it did work.


This might be what the Galaxy Note 9 looks like

Renowned and reliable leaker Evan Blass just shared what could be the official press render of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. While countless other renders have showed up before, this is the first one that shows off the blue and yellow colorway or the navy blue phablet with the yellow S Pen. This dual-tone stylus looks like it combines a matte finish with a glossy/shiny top and its backend sporting the same navy blue color that matches the smartphone (perhaps to make it easier to meld with the rest of the phone). We can’t confirm from this image how the S Pen will be charged within the phone (it’s said to have Bluetooth connectivity).

What this leaked render also confirms is that the fingerprint sensor gets moved below the dual-camera setup and the bottom bezel gets shaved off a bit. The power, volume, and Bixby buttons seem to have been raised when compared to its predecessor. But we just have to wait a bit until the phone is launched.

Source: Android Authority