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Amid the influx of foldable Android smartphones from the likes of Samsung and Huawei, several designers have attempted to imagine what a foldable iPhone might one day look like.
According to a new report, Samsung will supply displays for the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro flagship. In fact, Samsung will be the sole supplier for the Huawei P30 Pro OLED panels, claims this report.
The Galaxy S10 marks the biggest upgrade for Samsung's flagship handsets since 2017's Galaxy S8. And much like the S10 now, the S8 was one of the finest smartphone cameras of its day, demonstrating particularly strong performance in challenging backlit …
Samsung has officially launched two smartphones under its new A-series – Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50. Now, another A-series smartphone has been making rounds – Galaxy A40.
Samsung’s entry into the online-exclusive domain of the Indian smartphone market began with the Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20, both of which have received a positive response as per Samsung’s own statements.
It comes in two colour options – Gradation Black and Gradation Blue Samsung’s entry into the online-exclusive domain of the Indian smartphone market began with the Galaxy M10 and the Galaxy M20, both of which have received a positive response as per Samsung’s own statements. Carrying forward this momentum, the South Korean electronics giant has today launched the Galaxy M30, a new addition to the Galaxy M-series portfolio, which offers triple rear cameras, fast charging, and a large battery at a competitive price point of Rs.14,990. We managed to get a brief hands-on experience with Samsung’s latest smartphone, and here are our first impressions.
Samsung M30 first impressionsThe Samsung Galaxy M30 flaunts a gradient design on its rear panel and comes in two colour options – Gradation Black and Gradation Blue. Unlike the gradient textures that we have come across on smartphones such as the Honor 10 and the Huawei Nova 3, the Samsung Galaxy M30’s finish does not change colours when light falls on it from different angles.
The rear panel has an understated elegance to it, but it attracts smudges easily.As for the hardware under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy M30 is powered by the same octa-core Exynos 7904 processor as the Galaxy M20, and comes in two configurations — 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage, and 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage.You have the option to expand storage using a microSD card (up to 512GB). In the imaging department, the Galaxy M30 packs a triple rear camera set-up with a 13-megapixel primary sensor, a 5-megapixel depth sensor, and a 5-megapixel wide angle camera.
On the front, a 16- megapixel camera handles selfies.The Samsung M30 packs a 5,000mAh battery with support for fast chargingThe front of the Samsung Galaxy M30 is dominated by the 6.4-inch Super AMOLED full-HD+ display flaunting the Infinity-U design with a small notch at the top and a thick chin at the bottom. The display is vibrant and is quite bright, with wide viewing angles, something that is typical of a Super AMOLED panel.
Samsung has promised to release an Android Pie update soon. The Samsung Galaxy M30 packs a large 5,000mAh battery that also supports fast charging, courtesy of the bundled 15W charger.
Galaxy S10 debuted last week at Samsung's scheduled "Unpacked" event and introduced a number of notable changes over the Galaxy S9.
Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall and his team made a big call last Wednesday favouring Samsung's new folding phone, the Galaxy Fold: He told clients that Apple's iPhone range might be two years behind the curve.
The Mobile World World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona kicked off on February 25, with companies like ZTE and Sony launching new smartphones on the first day and OnePlus showcasing its 5G prototype device.
From Huaweis Mate to Nokia 9 PureView, we look at the biggest launches so far Written by Hansa Verma | Barcelona | Honor launches its Gaming+ technology for improved gaming on View20Samsung Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor: How it works and why is it betterNubia Alpha wearable phone hands-on: The phone you can wear (Image source: Anuj Bhatia/) Of course, Huaweis Mate X, which was unveiled on February 24, had garnered a lot of interest, given this is a 5G foldable phone with a unique Falcon wing hinge.
AdvertisingNokia 9 PureView with five camera system was also unveiled by HMD Global with a focus on the camera. Sony revealed its latest Xperia 1, 10, 10 Plus phones which come with new 21:9 aspect ratio.
We take a look at the biggest launches at MWC so far:Watch our first look video of the Huawei Mate XHuawei Mate X folding phoneHuawei Mate X is the company’s 5G smartphone with a folding screen, which is larger and thinner than Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. The Mate X unfolds into a 8-inch tablet.It gets a flexible OLED display on the front and the back and the fingerprint sensor is embedded in to the power button.AdvertisingHuawei Mate X will cost 2299 euros, which is around Rs 1,87, 218 in India and will be available in select markets later this year.
Other specifications are a Kirin 980 processor, 8GB RAM, 512 storage as well as two batteries of total capacity of 4,500mAh and support for 55W Super Charge technology, claimed to offer 85 per cent from zero charge in 30 minutes.Nokia 9 PureView with five rear cameras.The highlight of Nokia 9 PureView is, of course, a penta-lens camera system at the back.
Days after Samsung revealed its new Galaxy Watch Active, the company's third-party developers now appear to have copied their downloadable smartwatch faces from Swiss watchmaker Swatch.