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New Galaxy S10 Leakage, Samsung Folding Phone Images, Xiaomi Mi8 Pro Combat OnePlus 6T

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With a week back in seven days of news and headlines over Android, this week’s Android Circuit features new leaked details on the Galaxy S10, release dates and rendered images of it pleasing Galaxy smartphone, tips for a new OnePlus 5G phone, OnePlus 6T vs. Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro, a review of Nokia 7.1 and what’s happening to Google Maps.

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that have happened around Android in the past week (and you can find the latest Apple News news here.)

Visitors are watching Samsung Galaxy Note9 smartphone at the company showroom in Seoul in October 31, 2018 (Photo of Jung Yeon-je / AFP) Getty

The Galaxy S10 will have a unique heel

Samsung will finally bend for industry pressure and adopt a screen display or Galaxy S10. Unlike other design teams goes sams young designers against a circular cut-out, rather than a tab-like screen at the top of the display. Gordon Kelly reports :

The Galaxy S10 will have a hack, and it will be an oblique like everybody else: in the corner. Backed up news from Samsung’s insider Ice Universe last week, the acclaimed leakman Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has doubled on this polarizing design decision.

In a couple of tweets (1.2), Blass Galaxy S10 comes has a “punch hole” cutout in the display based on Samsung’s new Infinity O display. In addition, Blass says that the size of the cut is such that it can not be hidden in the notification field and it is remarkable that the Infinity O screen must place the clip in the upper left corner of the display.

More details are available at Forbes .

Galaxy F Release Date Leaked?

Further details on Samsung’s Galaxy F smartphone are reported after its partial disclosure at the South Korean Business Developer Conference in San Francisco. Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh has said that there will be a production run of one million units for global sales, and analysts expect to start in March … just after the release of the previously mentioned Galaxy S10 : [19659011] Although this March version appears to collide with the launch of the Galaxy S10 flagship (as many expect to see in February 2019, slightly faster than 2018’s schedule), Galaxy F is expected to make a significant contribution with a $ 1700 sticker, not beyond the realm of opportunity. It’s ridiculously expensive for a regular smartphone (although you can download some variants of the iPhone XS Max in the 1500 series), but Galaxy F will not be a regular smartphone.

It’s a weird mix of a technology demonstrator, bleeding edge features and a letter of intent.

More details about the new folding format here .

This is Galaxy F

Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh May has just blinked on screen, but the perception of the pleasing Galaxy F – along with other announced details and patents – is enough to put together a digital representation of the radical device. Ilse Jurrien discusses new renders :

Samsung has already shown that the folding smartphone will have two screens, which are significantly thinner than before. On the front, the phone has a 4.6-inch screen with a resolution of 840 and times; 1960 pixels. If you open the phone, a 7.3-inch flexible AMOLED screen will develop with QXGA + resolution (1536 and times, 2152 pixels).

Developed, the phone becomes a true tablet function thanks to its large flexible screen. Three active apps can run next to each other without any problems. The cover window, which is placed above the screen, will not be of glass, but of transparent plastic.

More on Lets Go Digital .

Samsung Galaxy F 3rd Partition (Lets Go Digital) Samsung Galaxy F 3rd Party Render (Lets Go Digital)

Is OnePlus ready for three handsets for 2019?

OnePlus will work with Qualcomm to release a 5G smartphone next year. In view of the regularity of the recently presented OnePlus edition (with OnePlus 3, 3T, 5, 5T, 6 and 6T shown at half-yearly intervals), the 5G device was expected to be OnePlus 7, which is expected in May / June 2019. However, OnePlus has said that the next flagship smartphone will not have 5G. What happens? & Nbsp; Chris Smith looks at the evidence of another OnePlus device at the beginning of next year :

We did not think we would see a OnePlus 7 hit store at the beginning of 2019 at all, considering that OnePlus 6T just launched. That phone should fall sometime in May or June. However, the first OnePlus 5G phone will be something completely different and will sport another brand. An OnePlus spokesman told CNET Spain that the next flagship, the successor of OnePlus 6T, will not have a 5G connection.

The OnePlus 5G phone will be part of a new series of devices designed to complement the current portfolio. It’s really an interesting approach for one of the most exciting Android providers out there. The OnePlus 5G phone starts at the beginning of 2019, so the phone can be presented at MWC at the end of February, but it’s just speculation.

BGR has more .

Xiaomi is fighting OnePlus: Mi 8 Pro vs 6T

Although it has a big footprint in China and India, Xiaomi is probably the “young startup” in Britain and OnePlus will be one of the the “oldest statesmen” who will take on. The recently launched OnePlus 6T will be one of the goals that Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro will look into to hit the market. Andrew Hayward compares the two handsets :

Both of these phones are inspired by Apple iPhone X, but the Mi 8 Pro makes it much more direct. With a uniform heel upward, it replicates the familiar full screen design … albeit with a rather large “chin” of the casing at the bottom.

On the other hand, OnePlus 6T has a very large, much less fragile chin on top because it does not have additional 3D scanning sensors. It looks better, and the chin below is also smaller.

Flip these phones around and Xiaomi has more distinctive support: Transparent design is truly unique in the smartphone, so you look at some internal hardware while wearing your handset. OnePlus 6T’s backside is much more common.

The complete comparison is on Stuff.tv .

OnePlus 6T (image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Nokia 7.1 Review [19659001] The HMD Globals Nokia 7.1 handset is priced at $ 349, and is a powerful spacecraft that mixes the stability of Android One with an aluminum frame and glass on the front and back. Ryan Whitwam takes a closer look at Nokia 7.1, starting with the introduction of a screen display … and a chin :

It will not take you to notice that Nokia 7.1 has completely overlooked. It is the same shape as Pixel 3 XL but much more compact. There is a small earpiece (not a speaker) in the center, flanked by a sensor window and a forward facing camera. The cut is about a status bar long, so the phone’s interface does not look strange or disproportionate as some other 2018 smartphone. The radius of the rounded corners and the phone ring is approximately symmetrically on the top. It is at least close enough that I do not find it visually dissuasive.

Down at the bottom of 7.1 is the most prominent example of why this is still a mid-range phone. Despite the space-saving heel design at the top, the bottom has a rather large chin. Nokia was also good enough to beat a logo on the chin, so thank you for it.

More on Android Police Review .

And finally …

Google Maps Now you can talk directly to a company listed in the navigation application . It’s a smart idea and implementation is solid, but it points to a bigger issue – why are so many features added to Google Maps? Dieter Hohn explores the catamaker who is Google Maps :

& nbsp; … what’s happening with google maps? It gets overloaded with so many features and design changes that it gets harder and harder to just get directions in it. There is group planning, there is a social “follow” button for local businesses, you can share your ETA, there is a redesigned “Explore” section and there’s almost no way to get the ugly thing to show you a border near your destination without three full minutes of desperate squeeze and zoom and zoom back.

It gets blown up, that’s what I’m saying. It’s Google’s equivalent to Big Blue, as Facebook nickname is its flagship application that makes thousands of things over countless strange nooks and crannies. It’s like Google wants to kill Yelp once and for all, but can not let anyone notice how difficult it’s trying to make it just slowly roll these things to Google Maps instead.

More at The Verge .

Android Circuit draws the news from the Android world every weekend here at Forbes. Do not forget to follow me so you do not have any coverage in the future, and of course, read the sister school in Apple Loop! Last week’s Android Circle can be found here and if you have any news and links you want to see featured in Android Circuit, remember!

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Take a look back in seven days’ news and headlines across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit features new leaked details on the Galaxy S10, release date and rendered images of Galaxy smartphone, tips on a new OnePlus 5G phone, OnePlus 6T vs. Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro, a review of Nokia 7.1, and what’s happening with Google Maps.

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that happened around Android this past week (and you can visit the latest Apple News news here.)

Visitors are viewing Samsung Galaxy Note9 smartphone at the company showroom in Seoul on October 31, 2018 (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP) Getty

] The Galaxy S10 will have a unique heel

Samsung will finally bend the press clocks from the industry and adopt a screen display or the Galaxy S10. Unlike other design teams, Samsung’s designers go against a circular cut, rather than a tab-like cutter at the top of the display. Gordon Kelly reports:

The Galaxy S10 will have a hack, and it will be an obesity like everyone else: in the corner. Backed up news from Samsung’s insider Ice Universe last week, the acclaimed leakman Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has doubled on this polarizing design decision.

In a couple of tweets (1.2), Blass Galaxy S10 comes has a “punch hole” cutout in the display based on Samsung’s new Infinity O display. In addition, Blass says that the size of the cut is such that it can not be hidden in the notification field and it is remarkable that the Infinity O screen must place the clip in the upper left corner of the display.

More details here at Forbes.

Galaxy F Release Date Leaked?

Further details about Samsung Galaxy F smartphone are reported after their partial disclosure at the South Korean company’s developer conference in San Francisco. Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh has said that it will be a production run of one million units for global sales, and analysts expect to start in March … just after the launch of the previously mentioned Galaxy S10:

Although this The March release shows that collapse with the flagship Galaxy S10 launch (as many expect to see in February 2019, slightly faster than the 2018 schedule), Galaxy F is expected to make a significant contribution with a $ 1700 sticker, beyond the opportunity. It’s ridiculously expensive for a regular smartphone (although you can download some variants of the iPhone XS Max in the 1500 series), but Galaxy F will not be a regular smartphone.

It’s a weird mix of technology

More information about the new fake format here.

This is Galaxy F

Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh may only have blinked the screen, but the perception of the pleasing Galaxy F – along with other announced details and patents – is enough to put together a digital reproduction of the radical device. Ilse Jurrien discusses new renders:

Samsung has already shown that the folding smartphone will have two screens, which are significantly thinner than before. On the front, the phone has a 4.6 “screen with a resolution of 840 × 1960 pixels. Opening the phone develops a 7.3-inch flexible AMOLED display with QXGA + resolution (1536 × 2152 pixels).

Developed, the phone becomes a true tablet function thanks to its large flexible screen. Three active apps can run next to each other without any problems. The cover window, placed above the display, will not be made of glass, but of transparent plastic.

More on Lets Go Digital.

Samsung Galaxy F 3rd Party Render (Lets Go Digital) Samsung Galaxy F 3rd Party Render (Lets Go Digital)

Is OnePlus preparing three handsets for 2019?

OnePlus will work with Qualcomm to release a 5G smartphone next year. In view of the regularity of the recently presented OnePlus edition (with OnePlus 3, 3T, 5, 5T, 6 and 6T shown at half-yearly intervals), the 5G device was expected to be OnePlus 7, which is expected in May / June 2019. However, OnePlus has said that the next flagship smartphone will not have 5G. What is going on? Chris Smith looks at the evidence of another OnePlus device at the beginning of next year:

We did not think we would see an OnePlus 7 hit store in early 2019, considering that OnePlus 6T just started. That phone should fall sometime in May or June. However, the first OnePlus 5G phone will be something completely different and will sport another brand. An OnePlus spokesman told CNET Spain that the next flagship, the successor of OnePlus 6T, will not have a 5G connection.

The OnePlus 5G phone will be part of a new series of devices designed to complement the current portfolio. It’s really an interesting approach for one of the most exciting Android providers out there. The OnePlus 5G phone starts at the beginning of 2019, so the phone can be presented at MWC at the end of February, but it’s just speculation.

BGR has more.

Xiaomi Fights OnePlus: Mi 8 Pro vs 6T

Although it has a big footprint in China and India, Xiaomi is probably the “young startup” in Britain and OnePlus will be one of the the “oldest statesmen” who will take on. The recently launched OnePlus 6T will be one of the goals that Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro will look into to hit the market. Andrew Hayward compares the two handsets:

Both of these phones are inspired by Apple iPhone X, but the Mi 8 Pro makes it much more straightforward. With a uniform heel upward, it replicates the familiar full-screen design … albeit with a rather decent “chin” on the bottom.

On the other hand, OnePlus 6T has a much smaller teardrop-like heel on the top, as it does not have additional 3D scanning sensors. It looks better, and the chin below is also smaller.

Flip these phones around and Xiaomi has more distinctive support: Transparent design is truly unique in the smartphone, so you look at some internal hardware while wearing your handset. OnePlus 6T’s backside is much more common.

The complete comparison is at Stuff.tv.

OnePlus 6T (image: Ewan Spence) Ewan Spence

Nokia 7.1 Review

Price at $ 349 is the HMD Globals Nokia 7.1 Handset, a strong mid-range phone that blends the stability of Android One with an aluminum frame and glass on the front and back. Ryan Whitwam takes a closer look at Nokia 7.1, starting with the insertion of a screen display … and a chin:

It will not take you time to notice that the Nokia 7.1 has completely taken the booklet. It is the same shape as Pixel 3 XL but much more compact. There is a small earpiece (not a speaker) in the center, flanked by a sensor window and a forward facing camera. The cut is about a status bar long, so the phone’s interface does not look strange or disproportionate as some other 2018 smartphone. The radius of the rounded corners and the phone ring is approximately symmetrically on the top. It is at least close enough that I do not find it visually dissuasive.

Down at the bottom of 7.1 is the most prominent example of why this is still a mid-range phone. Despite the space-saving heel design at the top, the bottom has a rather large chin. Nokia was also good enough to beat a logo on the chin, so thank you for it.

More on Android Police Review.

And finally …

Google Maps lets you now talk directly to a company listed in the navigation app. It’s a smart idea and implementation is solid, but it points to a bigger issue – why are so many features added to Google Maps? Will it be unpleasant? Dieter Hohn explores katamari that is Google Maps:

… what’s happening with Google Maps? It gets overloaded with so many features and design changes that it gets harder and harder to just get directions in it. There is group planning, there is a social “follow” button for local businesses, you can share your ETA, there is a redesigned “Explore” section and there’s almost no way to get the ugly thing to show you a border near your destination without three full minutes of desperate squeeze and zoom and zoom back.

It gets blown up, that’s what I’m saying. It’s Google’s equivalent to Big Blue, as Facebook nickname is its flagship application that makes thousands of things over countless strange nooks and crannies. It’s like Google wants to kill Yelp once and for all, but can not let anyone notice how difficult it’s trying to make it just slowly roll these things to Google Maps instead.

More at The Verge.

] The Android Circuit rounds up the news from the Android world every weekend here at Forbes. Do not forget to follow me so you do not have any coverage in the future, and of course, read the sister school in Apple Loop! Last week’s Android Circuit you will find here, and if you have any news and links that you want to see featured in Android Circuit, get in touch!

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