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Mobile Giving Away Free Samsung 4K TV with Note 9, Galaxy S9

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T-Mobile is Giving Away FREE 50” 4K TVs from Samsung

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Even though these will be LCD screens rather than OLED, which is what the Galaxy S10 will rock, the Infinity-O technology will already be in the wild ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S10 launch event. While 2018 was clearly a gap year for Samsung, fans will be excited to learn that the company definitely plans to stop phoning it in next year.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 might be the world's first smartphone that offers 1TB of storage. And for good reason: after the disappointing sales of the Galaxy S9, the range will have to face the head with new features. Not to mention that Samsung's new policy is to launch new smartphone features with on mid-range phones instead of flagships. We know so much about Samsung's new flagship phones, and everything we've heard so far has been great news.

A speaker appears to be found at the top, and a leak a few days ago said a 3.5mm headphone jack would also be present near the top.


This benchmark AnTuTu reveals, for the Samsung Galaxy S10, a score of 325076 points - considerably more than the Huawei Mate 20 which is now the most powerful model on the market. We're also expecting a bunch of exciting new tech like next-gen 8-nanometer chipsets, as many as five different cameras thanks to a triple-lens rear camera and a dual-lens selfie cam on the front of the Galaxy S10+, and a first-of-its-kind ultrasonic fingerprint sensor embedded behind the display.

The Huawei Nova 4 and Galaxy A8s are both expected to bring us Infinity-O screens this December, recent reports said. Over the last few months, more and more companies have chose to add a notch to their phones. You all must be wondering that why Samsung hasn't revealed its other model for S10, it just that Samsung want to keep it confidential for the market and doesn't want to open the surprise for the market. Scheduled for launch sometime next year, the phone is expected to crush the competition with its plethora of new features and high-end specs.



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