Samsung Vietnam has accidentally published (and subsequently removed) a brand advertisement video that shows a glimpse at the company's existing, conceptual, and presumably upcoming products. So let's dive in to see some more details on what teaser depicts.
Huawei's foldable smartphone is most likely to feature 5G connectivity, which will be one of the biggest additions that Android smartphone manufacturers will tout this year. According to the latest reports, the Huawei 5G foldable phone will have the Kirin 980 chipset in combination with the Balong 5000 modem.
The crystal clear photo shows what many have already been suggesting with this giant phone features a much larger edge-to-edge screen which stretches to every corner of the device. With the OneUI upgrade, the entire appearance of the screen and other layouts change thoroughly.
Samsung said its memory business (NAND and DRAM) suffered from "macroeconomic uncertainties and adjustments in inventory levels" by customers that include data center companies and smartphone makers.
But upon closer inspection, it's possible that the video isn't all that new, and that it's merely showing concept devices, which will probably be quite a bit different from the actual phones Samsung is launching on February 20. Now, a new "Display Device" patent indicates that Samsung might be working on a second foldable gaming smartphone with physical game controller buttons for realistic game controls.
While the S9/S9+ and Note 9 were well-received smartphones, both devices were also very similar to their respective predecessors.