Samsung embracing the notch design

Samsung embracing the notch design

As noted by GSMArena in a report, the Galaxy J6 measures 146.3 x 67.0 mm and the screen has a diagonal of 5.6 inches.

That's only one potential design Samsung's working on, though.

Samsung has announced a new Galaxy handset, but it's a far cry from the all-singing-all-dancing S9 range announced earlier this year.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features a dual rear camera setup, complete with Dual OIS (optical image stabilisation). It looks like Samsung might have found a way to hide the front-camera too. Whether you side with the Galaxy S9 or the iPhone X, you'll enjoy a phone of comparable quality that represents some of the best technology on the market. It seems Samsung isn't planning on any major redesign for the Galaxy S10 when it comes to the physical appearance of the device. As for Samsung, the notch will be implemented on the next-gen Note 9 if the rumors will turn out to be true.

Since its official launch in November this device has won universal praise with its stunning edge-to-edge OLED display, upgraded camera and fast A11 Bionic processor making it the best iPhone to date.

However, the new portrait mode that iPhone X has does not impress much with its low-light and maintaining a good lighting in the darker surroundings. The screen will reach as high as possible, and the South Korean company will pack as many forward facing electronics into a small cut-out at the top of the screen. The device will be offering fingerprint sensor and face unlock for authenticating the device. It is believed that under this combination of letters and numbers hides the Samsung Galaxy J6 2018 model year, which will be a direct and more advanced successor Galaxy J5 (2017). On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S9 is up for grabs at Rs. 57,900 for the 64GB storage variant and Rs. 65,900 for the 256GB storage model. However, if you are not a seasoned photographer and are satisfied with the camera output of your Galaxy S8 then we suggest you save your money and maybe wait for the Galaxy Note 9.

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