As we enter the last month of the year, we are in the middle of the race to announce the first phone with the screen of the camera on the screen is heating up. Samsung will present its screen with Infinity-O with Galaxy A8. Whether that display is AMOLED or an LCD produced by BOE remains to be seen.
It is also unclear whether the Galaxy A8 will become official before the start of the year. Meanwhile, Huawei has appeared and announced that it has a screen phone that will become official in December. Smart money is on that phone like the new 4.
The main focus of Samsung is still the Galaxy S10, which will start premiering next year (probably around MWC in February). The unit on the anniversary will pack a smaller frame (perhaps a notch for the camera itself) and Samsung's new 8nm Exynos 9820 chip. The latter made its first appearance on AnTuTu and beat the 7nm Kirin 980 chip of Huawei, but was still behind Apple's A12 and the 8150 Qualcomm.
The latest battle on Samsung news this week was about 11 people sued to reveal OLED's secrets to a Chinese company. Samsung is the dominant OLED maker in the world and has built a serious lead in OLED technology – an edge that will be hard to protect.
Realme released its fifth phone in less than a year – Realme U1 is the first commercially available device with the Helio P70 and because all Realme phones carry great value for money.
Meanwhile, HMD is preparing to release Nokia 8.1 in the world. The global variant of the Chinese Nokia X7 was described in detail this week and will be screened at an event in Dubai next week – on December 5th.
Sony and LG also made headlines this week. LG received a patent for a phone with 16 cameras – at once 3 cameras do not sound as much. Speaking of 3 cameras, the Sony Xperia XZ4 came out this week with an extra-high 6.5-inch screen and, yes, 3 cams on the back.
ZTE's new brands have released the Red Magic Mars gaming phone with Snapdragon 845, 10GB RAM and a double heat-pipe cooling system.
And finally, before I let you out, OnePlus announced a partnership with McLaren, which will deliver 6T with 10GB of RAM and 256GB of memory. So we'll have a choice from the Huawei Mate 20 RS Porsche Design, the Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition and the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition!
The Exynos 9820 chipset beat Kirin 980, but fails to buy Snapdragon 8150.
These CAD-based displays show that Sony has re-examined the reader's position on the fingerprints and stereo speakers of the Xperia XZ3.
With the Snapdragon 710 under the hood, it's the international twin of the Chinese Nokia X7.
Scattered in a 4×4 array, the cameras will be arranged to capture the scene from different perspectives, which can be stitched together.
Huawei will aim to release the phone with the Infinity-O display by the end of the year.
The screen display is in the upper left corner.
The device was spotted in China in a pre-production case.
The Snapdragon 845 chipset is connected to the ICE cooling solution for consistent performance. There are stereo speakers and haptic feedback too.
The Samsung Galaxy A8s can use LCD instead of OLED.
He borrows the Realme 2 Pro screen, but replaces the camera indoors with a more capable shooter.
The survey took Samsung about six years and millions of dollars.
The Galaxy Note9 was also advertised with "up to 1TB storage," but it includes a 512GB microSD card.
The company wants to be the first to launch such a phone (before Samsung) and even show the prototype (on which this rendering is based).
Sony recently accepted the ratio of 18: 9, but its initial 2019 flagship could outperform the competitor.
A new rumor claims that this will be the highest version of any phone ever made by the company.