Published: Sat, February 02, 2019
Technology | By Nina Perez

Samsung Galaxy S10e press renders leak

Samsung Galaxy S10e press renders leak

Samsung has a brand new spanking gesture-based interface for its Android phones, dubbed One UI, and it is finally turn for U.S. carrier models of the Galaxy S9 or Note 9 to get it together with the Android 9.0 Pie update.

Huawei recently posted a teaser image of their upcoming 5G Foldable phone that also unveiled the launch date. These renders seem to be official, and they've been leaked by WinFuture.de, which is not the first time we're seeing full Galaxy S lineups leaked by the site, so chances are these renders are accurate. Samsung is hardly the only one interested in this new phone form factor and MWC 2019 in a few weeks might see a good number of similar prototypes.

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Furthermore, Huawei claims to have showcased the device to the carries in South Korea and is expected to be the first one to launch such smartphone. The Investor believes that the foldable phone, which uses a flexible screen, will reportedly be priced more than 2 million won (or approx Rs 1,27,698). Updates for both devices are loaded with January 2019 security patches which were already part of the previous the firmware. A report by XDA states, "Samsung has confirmed the front screen of the release model will only be a small part of the display-about two-thirds of it". Evidently, the screen protector will cover the phone's side edges, and it could come pre-installed.

But when you see the big three-screened personal tailor (0:10) and the robotic tattooing arm (0:20), you'll realize that this video is all about concept devices - stuff that Samsung engineers may be dreaming up somewhere, but also stuff that's likely not launching anytime soon. It is likely to feature an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader.

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