Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Samsung Galaxy Express Prime 3 for AT&T shows up in official renders

The Samsung Galaxy A8 Star was earlier spotted on the Bluetooth SIG Certification website and also popped up on TENAA revealing some of the specifications.

According to new leaks by tipster Ice Universe, suggest that the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will be 2mm shorter than the Note 8.

Today we have seen the Galaxy A8 Star, with the model number SM-G8850 and the Galaxy S8 Lite model, the SM-G8750 one in the database of the Chinese 3C accreditation site. The Galaxy J6 will come with a metal unibody design. We've seen numerous reports that sales have been disappointing so far, but all the evidence we needed to see was the fact that major wireless carriers in the United States slashed Galaxy S9 and S9+ prices just one month after the phones were released.

While the S9 provided a significant power upgrade and the Galaxy Note 9 will likely do the same, that is about the extent of the improvements that the phones offer over their predecessors. It was dramatically improved on the S9, but on the S10, if this rumor proves true, it'll be the best solution I can think of - unless face recognition would work with zero chance of a security risk (sadly we're not there yet). Instead, the company will stick with a physical sensor move to the in-display sensor when the Galaxy S10 launches in 2019.

Considering the recent full-fledged specification leak, it looks like we don't have to wait long.

Current under display fingerprint readers work only with OLED displays since they are optical devices. The Galaxy S9 was then given the codename "Star" because Samsung believed that the device will be star of the industry this year, though that did not pan out in the face of competition with the iPhone X. Samsung usually retails Galaxy J series in emerging markets and is expected to release first in India, where it is facing a stiff challenge from Xiaomi with its Redmi series phones.

Samsung is known for launching its budget devices at a steady pace.

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