The Galaxy Note 9 has great specs, but its OS falls short.
Samsung might be benchmarking its rival Apple's pricing strategy in the USA market, some analysts say.
The new phones will come out August 24.More news: Critics call the Akshay Kumar-starrer a blockbuster
Rather than competing for the low-end, which is all but wrapped up by affordable devices such as the Amazon Echo Dot and Google Home Mini, Samsung is positioning the Galaxy Home as an Apple HomePod competitor.
The current iPhone X, which has been out for nearly a year, outperformed Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 in a recent benchmark test run by the tech blog.
The Galaxy Note 9's dual-camera system is also getting Samsung's new "intelligent camera" feature that recognizes what kind of object you're photographing and adjusts the settings automatically to take the best shot. Specifically, it's giving away nine of the Ocean Blue version of the Note 9.
DJ Koh also reportedly addressed the current hot topic of foldable phones, but merely confirmed what we all already know: Samsung will launch a foldable phone at some point in the future.More news: Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina in 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' - First Look Photos!
The Note 9 is one of the best-looking Android phones but its software isn't pretty. But while the Note 9's chips and memory will no doubt hold its own against the rumored 6.5-inch OLED iPhone releasing in the fall, it will fall spectacularly short when it comes to the OS. It is reasonable for Samsung not to carry 5G on S10. Many leaks and rumors popped up lately had shown some of the anticipated hardware specifications and some extra special features including the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner under the display.
Samsung will launch 5G in March next year, but only 5G will be opened in few regions of the world. You can now use it to control the phone's camera remotely.
The Galaxy Home plays a key role in connecting household appliances such as TVs and refrigerators through Samsung Electronics's Bixby 2.0 AI service.
"Amid the stagnant growth of the global smartphone market, Samsung seems to be rolling up its sleeves to fuel demand for new phones", said an industry insider.More news: Meghan's dad Thomas reveals about phone conversation with Harry
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