Rumour has it that Samsung is going hard with projected new releases.
Samsung is stepping things up. Well… aren’t they always? It almost feels as if there are only two smartphone makers in the world… Apple and Samsung. Anything else? I have no idea.
Anyway, Samsung seems to be getting better at keeping us on our toes, with suspense and excitement doing a dance in our heads.
The Bell also leaves major takeaways on the hardware of both these devices.
It claims the Galaxy S10 will include the in-display fingerprint reader (now widely expected to debut in the Galaxy Note 9) as well as a 3D facial scanner – Samsung’s answer to FaceID on the iPhone X.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy X is expected to feature no less than three 3.5-inch OLED displays which can fold out to create a massive (almost tablet-sized) phone or fold down to leave a device far smaller than most current smartphones.
As Gordon Kelly of Forbes shares, both these reports corroborate what we’ve been hearing about these devices so far. Now if the regal codename of the Galaxy Note 9 can live up to its recently leaked feature set then it looks like the next 12 months will be the biggest for Samsung in generations.
Samsung users are definitely in for an experience. We will keep you updated as more news on the Galaxy S10 unfolds.