At its August Unpacked event, Samsung introduced two models of its new Galaxy Note phone—a first. The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ are available for preorder now and begin August 23.
In a string of foldable phone related bits of news, LG dropped a major hint that it plans to unveil a folding device at IFA 2019, while a survey of iPhone customers found those users would be interested in a folding iPhone.
According to top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities, the 2020 lineup of iPhones will be 5G ready, and might even come in new sizes.
Months after having to indefinitely postpone the launch of their Galaxy Fold device, Samsung announced that it's fixed several known issues. The company is now targeting September for the official launch of the device.
A recently filed patent has been uncovered and suggests that Samsung is working on a smartphone concept that has a rollable display.
A leaked image of a supposed Google Pixel 4 screen protector hints at possible gesture control interface, according to reports.
The Snapdragon 855 Plus boasts improved CPU and GPU performance ready for 5G gaming. Phones featuring the new chip are expected to ship in the second half of 2019.
A letter seen by Reuters outlined instructions for the U.S. enforcement staff to continue treating Huawei as if a blacklist is still in place.