Of course, Samsung forgot two key factors in Apple’s strategy.
The fingerprint scanner should sit under the screen and use ultrasonic sensors, if previously leaks prove accurate.
Californian-based Apple has also seen its annual smartphone shipments decline, following increased competition, specifically in China. However, with Samsung Galaxy Note 9 slated to release in August this year, it seems that people have to wait for the new design to land in the market.
Maybe this will actually happen now, Samsung?
Coming back to the triple-camera setup, at press time, there’s no word on its specifications, but we expect to hear more about it in the coming weeks.
The Galaxy X smartphone, however, is still expected to be the headline feature at a staggering $2,000.
EDIT: When I wrote “coming your way next” above, I momentarily forgot that the Galaxy Note 9 wasn’t yet released. Instead, it’s expected to sport the same specs and the same new camera found in the Galaxy S9+.
Korean analysts predict Samsung will miss its annual smartphone shipment goal of 350 million units.
There are some things worthy of note with this report. However, with this being Samsung’s 10-year anniversary, the company could hold a separate event around that same time as it did with the S8. If this goes through, this will require more energy which means that this year’s S Pen might be thicker than the previous generations and might need its own dedicated battery.
The tweets are obviously a bit mysterious in that they don’t offer any specifics.
The patent which has emerged on the web is indicating towards a phone design that reminiscent of Samsung Note series.
Samsung likes to add new color options to its flagship models when sales drop off.