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This week's Android Circuit includes Samsung confirming the Galaxy S10 in China, more Note 9 Racer's second gaming phone and Fortnite Battle Royale for everyone!
Android Circuit is., the Galaxy is back, Google launches the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, OnePlus 6T launch date confirmed
China's Galaxy S10 Confirmation
Via Samsung's Samsung Galaxy S10 has been confirmed for more details on the upcoming Galaxy S10, with listings for the flat-screened entry-level mode, the S10 Regular, and the S10 + oversized. Forbes' Gordon Kelly reports:
The Samsung models certified are the 'SM-G970 0 ',' SM-G9730 'and' SM-G9750 'and they were submitted to the CMIIT on September 25th.
Breaking down the models, they'll have an extra number on the end which is geographic and China. Galaxy S10, the regular 5.8-inch dual camera Galaxy S10 and the massive 6.44-inch triple camera Galaxy S10 +.
More here on Forbes.
More Note 9 Problems and Potential
With the Note 9 picking up a number of small faults, Samsung could use the opportunity to promote the security updates, patches, and all-round after-care of its android handsets. I have read the positive potential of the problems earlier this week, with the speedy security update for October:
Android is still seen as Lacking in ongoing support compared to iOS.
That's why Samsung's speedy rollout of the October Security Update to the galaxy devices is both welcome and something that the South Korean company should be promoting heavily. It's also a chance to turn the recent Galaxy Note 9 issues into the camera and user interface into PR wins as it rolls out of the software updates.
the Note 8 bluetooth issues are still present in the Note 8 and subsequent handsets. Piunika Web has more on that:
Back then, the complainants were suggested to upgrade their to-be-paired devices to Match 8's newest Bluetooth 5.0 technology. But the issue line up has been upgraded to Galaxy Note 9.
… While majority of them delineate their phone to their car's
 Samsung Galaxy S Folding Phone Delayed Again
Samsung's revolutionary folding smartphone – the presumptively named Galaxy F – what set for a reveal in November and a limited retail release so the South Korean company could be 'first' to the market. Gordon Kelly answers the question 'is it vapourware?':
I think not. In August, Koh admitted Samsung "did not want to loose the world's first title". That said, we're clearly no longer talking about jaw-dropping.
Consequently, while the Galaxy F (potentially) still represents the long-term future of smartphones, it is the Galaxy S10 where you should focus your interest. We already know the 10th generation device will have slimmer bezels on 'ultrasonic' in-display reader, triple rear cameras, gradient colors and a 5G option.
3 Or 3 XL – Which Pixel Is For You?
This Week saw a number of hardware launches from Google, including the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Forbes' Gordon Kelly has taken a closer look at the two Models to Find the Differences:
Like The First Two Generations of Pixel, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
Notably, the Pixel 3 looks like a shrunken version of last year's Pixel 2XL and the XL XL 3 looks closer to last year's Android iPhone X knock-offs than the cutting edge notch-less and almost notch-less phones we've seen in 2018 from Huawei, Vivo and OnePlus.
That said, if you can get past the controversial fascias (at least you can not hide the Pixel 3 XL notch ) there's actually a lot to like.
More details on the Android handsets here on Forbes. Nicole Nguyen has all the details on Buzzfeed's 'Everything You Need To Know' series, including the new 'Automatic Call Screening' AI:
To help you Avoid calls from scammers, Google is adding Call Screen to the Pixel, a new option that appears when you receive a phone call. Whenever someone calls you, you can tap a "screen call" button, and a robot voice will pick up.
"The person calling you is a screening service and wants to get a copy of that conversation." Go ahead and say your name and why you're calling, "the Google bot wants say. As the caller responds, the digital assistant wants to transcribe the caller's message for you. If you need more information, you can use one of the feature's canned responses, which include "Tell me more" and "Who's this?" There are also buttons to either pick up or hang up the call, so you can accept or reject
OnePlus Confirms 6T Launch Date
The full experience of the Pixel 3 is at Buzzfeed. , the OnePlus 6T was expected to make its way quickly to retail sale. It has been confirmed that it will take less than a week for the handset to go sale. Jon Porter reports:
The OnePlus 6T will be available from November 6th, OnePlus has confirmed. The phone, which is due to be released at the New York event on October 30th, does not have an official price or specs, and is expected to include the first OnePlus device to ship without a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Verge has more details.
Nokia Aims Low For Success
Meanwhile, HMD Global's strategy for flagship models, and why There is no Nokia 9 to fight the iPhone XS and Galaxy S9 lineups.
Given HMD Global's startup DNA is mixed with many former Nokia employees who are looking for the first wave of smartphones in the 21st Nokia's approach to high-volume low-margin is part of the HMD Global Approach.
That does not mean that the Finnish-based start-up is ignoring the higher specifications – The aforementioned Nokia 8 got up to date with the Nokia 8 Sirocco that focused on a fashionable design and bumping up some specifications (as well as a larger screen and increased memory) Nokia 9
More here on Forbes.
Razer Phone 2 Launched
Following Razer Phone 2. While the name is incredibly predictable, the hardware retains much of the same form and function as the 2017 model, but with improved specifications and software optimizations as required ,
Razer claims it has managed to make this phone faster than most thanks to "vapor chamber cooling," which puts 20-30 percent more power than competing Android phones. The Razer Phone 2 has a hefty 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. Other specs and features include a 4,000mAh battery, IP67 water resistance, Gigabit LTE, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and Qualcomm QuickCharge 4.0+. Like its predecessor, it only comes with a microSD slot for additional storage.
More at Ars Technica. Forbes' Ben Sin has so far had some time with the handset:
Last year's Razer Phone was beloved by many for its 120Hz screenshots, resulting in noticeably more fluid, smooth animations ; and big, front-facing stereo speakers that boast the loudest and most complete sound in any mobile device. More thoughts here on Forbes.
And Finally … [ThisisanautomatictranslationAndrewWebstergetsreadytoplay:
Following the exclusive period negotiated by Samsung, Epic Games' Fortnite Battle Royale can now be downloaded to the Android ecosystem (although some low-spec handsets may feel like the last generation of home consoles ] Epic said the first time you started your iPhone, it was just a few weeks ago. Fortnite for Android first launched back in August exclusively for Samsung Galaxy devices Unlike most Android games, it has its own installer.
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Taking a look back at seven days of news and Samsung's Galaxy S10 in China, more Note 9 problems, the Galaxy F is delayed again, Google launches the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, OnePlus 6T launch date confirmed, why Nokia Handsets aim low, Razer's second gaming phone announced, and Fortnite Battle Royale for everyone!
Android is on the way to the end of the month Apple News digest here.)
China's Galaxy S10 Confirmation
Via regulatory filings in China, Samsung has confirmed more details of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smily, with listings for the flat-screened entry-level fashion, the regular S10, and the oversized S10 +. Forbes' Gordon Kelly reports:
The models Samsung are certified as' SM-G9700 ',' SM-G9730 'and' SM-G9750 'and they were submitted to the CMIIT on September 25th.
Breaking down the models , you'll notice they have an extra number on the end which is geographic and. Galaxy S10, the regular 5.8-inch dual camera Galaxy S10 and the massive 6.44-inch triple camera Galaxy S10 +.
More here on Forbes. [19659059SamsungGalaxyNote9smartphoneintroducestheSamsungGalaxyNote9smartphone(PhotobyDrewAngerer/GettyImages)