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Samsung seems to have an ace up it’s sleeve

We can all say that Samsung has had a good run so far this year. From introducing the new punch hole design to the new One UI on Android 9, it has been a good year so far. Looking forward, it just may be better in the second half of the year. I’m sure many of you are wondering how. Apparently, Samsung is going to release a very competitive device in the second part of the year. The insider actually used the words ‘most creative Samsung smartphone’.

“Believe me, the most creative Samsung smartphone in the second half of 2019 is not Fold or Note 10, you just have to wait, don’t ask me more,” Ice Universe said on Twitter.

Before this release, the same source had hinted at Huawei being part of the all-star team. An all-star team that is waiting for the second part of the year to wow users. But after Google kicking them out of Android, I wonder how things will pan out for them. The Note version of Samsung flagships is meant to display the mature aspect of Samsung’s technology. Compared to the Galaxy S10 that had quite a number of flaws, we don’t expect this from Note 10. But if it’s true that they have an ace up their sleeves, watch out the competition!

Samsung Could Have a Plan

The Galaxy Fold has been experiencing some issues with the design. Supposedly, the developers have not been able to optimize and stabilize it efficiently enough for the market. The device has been plagued by bugs and malfunctions. So there is no way this is the phone Ice Universe was talking about.
Google Pixel 4 leaks are spreading far and fast. Their idea of the buttonless phones could have been a motivator for Samsung. The idea seems quite futuristic if you ask me. It’s hard to tell what features will even be on the phone with the little information we have. The problem with such news is you can never be sure whether it’s a bluff or the truth.
In regards to 5G technology, I hope the device will have this network enabled. But since the network is not exactly commonplace yet, let’s they give us the luxury of choice. Other reports have spoken of a truly full screen being developed by Samsung. However, this is expected even after the Galaxy S11. So probably we won’t see it on the device in question. But if we do, I bet it will be amazing!