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"Samsung Launches Galaxy A9 (2018) with Four Rear Cameras & 6.3" sAMOLED Display
11 October 2018, 07:22 | Casey Mitchell
Galaxy S10 processor might have a dedicated NPU
According to Dutch blog MobielKopen, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has already confirmed three Galaxy S10 versions, including model numbers SM-G9700, SM-G9730, and SM-G9750. Unless Samsung does an Apple, that is expected to be simply called the Galaxy S10. The phone would most probably be launched in the first quarter of 2019. There's also 128GB of in-built storage and a sizeable 3,800mAh battery, which Samsungclaims is more than enough to keep the handset running throughout the day. The Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) will be available starting next month. The only way that we're going to know whether Samsung's A9 quad-camera setup is more genius than gimmick is to actually get our hands on one and test it out in the real world. The update includes new Android Pie features, for instance, the horizontal recent apps overview and a redesigned UI with an emphasis on black backgrounds and cards with white rounded corners. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will make use of the S9's 12 MP f1.5/2.4 variable aperture lens that will act as the main camera and eventually be backed up by a wide-angle 16MP sensor with f1.9 aperture boasting of a 123-degree field of view.
But let's be honest, the Galaxy A9 is all about that quadruple camera. The publication suggests that only the premium version of the possible trio of phones will be equipped with a triple camera setup.
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For a limited time, Samsung is doubling its offers for trading in phones for a Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and the Note 9.
Gfk, the German market research firm reported that Samsung not only led the 40,000 rupees and above segment but also registered a 55.5 per cent market share (by value) and 55 per cent (by volume) in the 30,000 rupees and above segment in August. NBU (the abbreviation of Neural Processing) is what needs to be done with the various functions of the Galaxy S10 artificial intelligence (AI). The Galaxy S10 will probably be available in two SoC variants (market dependent) once again, as the company will look to release both Exynos and Snapdragon models.
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Woman who spent US$21M at Harrods fights U.K. wealth order
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Indonesia’s Bali hit by 6.0 quake
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Florida Panhandle boarding up for hurricane Michael
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