Samsung mobile phone | Rumours about Galaxy S8 | Release Date, Design, Features

Mobile PhoneRumours surrounding the launch on the Galaxy S8 continue to differ from one day to another. Earlier reports had suggested that the device will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in late February, some other purported leaks then indicated that Samsung may actually make the device official in New York City in late March or early April, But the latest report from South Korean business news publication, The Investor, claiming that the device will be launched officially during the third week of April. Many outlets have claimed that the phone will be released on April 18.

But, Samsung has not confirmed any of the rumours.
‘We cannot confirm the details of the Galaxy S8 launch,’ a Samsung spokesperson said.

So, It is likely, during the follow-up to the latest news about Galaxy S8.
The Galaxy S8 isn’t due to be announced until April, or at the earliest, next month in Barcelona. But that won’t stop case manufacturers from publishing pictures of their cases for the upcoming device,

It comes amid a flurry of rumours surrounding the firm’s latest flagship model, with many speculating that it will ditch the home button in favour of fingerprint scanning.

A new image of what could be the Samsung Galaxy S8 has surfaced on the web.

The home button and capacitive navigation keys have also been removed from the front - allowing for an end-to-end curved screen.

Additionally the volume rocker and power button appear to be on the left side of the device, as opposed to being on the left side like it normally is.

Samsung could have also developed a full-screen mode that manually activates, which allows for an end-to-end screen. 

Some speculate that a fingerprint scanner could be on the backside of the phone or underneath the glass.

But perhaps the most surprising is the fact that there is no headphone jack and no charging port. There isn’t even a visible flap that could be covering the charging port (which could be necessarily if this were a waterproof case). Which leads us to believe that Samsung is going to go all in with wireless charging. The removal of the headphone jack was widely rumored, and expected, especially with many other manufacturers doing the same thing.

Mobile Phone | Huawei Mate 9 - The largest phablet with dual-camera, the display is bright and gorgeous

Huawei mobile phone | Huawei Mate 9 - The largest phablet with dual-camera, the display is bright and gorgeous

Mobile PhoneThe Huawei Mate 9 comes with an impressive display, measuring in at 5.9in. So, it's the largest phablet in terms display, Huawei has done what it does best and managed to fit a large display into a small body with tiny bezels surrounding the screen.
Where we can reach from one side of the display to the other with our thumb quite comfortably and easily. So, Mate 9 it can be considered an impressive feat for a smartphone with such a large display.

The 5.9in IPS display is only FHD resolution (1920x1080) which may seem slightly underpowered when compared to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S7, which features a resolution of 1440x2560, however, the display is bright and gorgeous without the need for extra pixels. Also, having a Full HD screen has its benefits, mainly with regards to battery life: it takes considerable battery power to power the pixels on the display, which means that in theory, the QHD resolution of the Galaxy S7 draws four times the amount of power of the Mate 9 display. 

The processor inside Mate 9 is a newly released; Kirin 960, an octa-core processor with four A73 2.3GHz cores and four A53 1.8GHz cores, and is the fastest processor built by the company. Along with the Kirin 960, users will find 4GB of RAM and the new Mali G71 GPU, which Huawei claims enhances mobile graphics by a whopping 400 percent – But we can not confirm that so far.

Features include a whopping 4000mAh battery into the device, Along with this, Huawei added an integrated sensor hub within the CPU that takes care of the suite of sensors on the device and should improve power consumption when using battery-intensive functions like Bluetooth and GPS.

As other features include a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, which features a 4-level security system (like the Huawei P9) to make sure it’s blisteringly fast and accurate.

It also features a whopping 64GB of built-in storage, with Huawei claiming it can be expanded to an incredible 2TB thanks to the Hybrid SIM slot, which offers 1x SIM tray and 1x MicroSD card slot.

The Mate 9 is the second Huawei smartphone to feature a dual-camera setup – and much like the Huawei P9. Huawei has made a few changes to the setup, including an increase in resolution of the monochrome sensor, now up to 20Mp from 12Mp, and the introduction of OIS, although the colour sensor stays the same at 12Mp. The Mate 9’s rear-facing camera setup has been developed in conjunction with high-end camera manufacturer Leica.

Although the UI had changed when compared to the P9, but The quality of the photos produced by the rear-facing camera setup, clear and crisp photos even when zooming in.

The Mate 9 comes with the latest iteration of the Android operating system, Android N. But the bigger changing the comes with EMUI 5, a completely refurbished version, which allows you to the choice between having an app tray or having all apps displayed on the home screen, along with a myriad of other changes.

Another big change; Huawei introduced App Twin, a feature that allows you to log into both professional and personal apps at the same time, and is ideal for business users. Say, for example, you use Facebook for business and for pleasure, but across two different accounts – App Twin will let you use both side by side.

The information contained according to Huawei and the opinion of critics.

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156.9 x 78.9 x 7.9 mm (6.18 x 3.11 x 0.31 

190 g (6.70 oz)

- Type: IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
- Size: 5.9 inches (~77.5% screen-to-body ratio)
- Resolution: 1080 x 1920 pixels (373 ppi)
- Protection: To be confirmed

Operator System
Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)

Octa-core (4x2.4 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4x1.8 GHz Cortex-A53),Hisilicon Kirin 960

Mali-G71 MP8

Memory and Storage
- 4 GB RAM
- 64 GB ROM
- Card slot: microSD, up to 256 GB

- Main: Dual 20 MP +12 MP, f/2.2, OIS, 2x zoom, Leica optics, phase detection & laser autofocus, dual-LED (dual tone) flash, records 2160 video at 30fps, 1080p at 30/60fps
- Front: 8 MP, f/1.9, 1080p

Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery


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Huawei’s Mate 9 has a gorgeous design, an improved dual-camera setup and a sleek. It has the potential to be the best in the Huawei line-up, boasting an impressively large battery alongside powerful internals. EMUI 5 makes a huge difference to the overall experience too, and we can’t wait to see whether Huawei’s new technology will actually improve the performance of the smartphone over time. Says pcadvisor

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