Could this be our first look at LG's foldable phone?

Michael Crowe

Michael Crowe

The report claims the Galaxy S9's iris scanner will be integrated in the front-facing camera, while the Galaxy S9 Plus will have a discrete iris scanner and a regular selfie camera. Alongside Nokia 9, which is the company's upcoming flagship device, we could see an upgraded version of Nokia 7, Nokia 3310 (4G), and a new Nokia 4G feature phone with QWERTY keyboard, being unveiled at MWC 2018.

Image of the Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime smartphone.

Samsung has patented a borderless phone design with no notch which would be a design for the company that would seek to outdo competitors with a device that offers the most screen real estate.

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Google Pixel 3 - Google announced its Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2XL, last year. It's worth noting that this new rumour, which comes from Korean publication ETNews (via Android Authority), isn't backed by an official source. The camera and the sensor holes will be cut in the display panel along with the earpiece. Galaxy On7 Prime runs on Android Nougat OS with Samsung Experience 8.5 UI and the key features of the phone include Samsung mall, a 13MP front camera with a 13MP rear camera and Samsung pay Mini feature. Intended for productive use, a device like the Note becomes too large and uncomfortable to hold if the screen size gets too large, and therefore could really benefit from this new technology.

Moving forward to the display, Galaxy S9 will measure 5.77-inch and will pack a 3000mAh battery, while the Galaxy S9 Plus likely to bump that up to a 6.22-inch and 3500mAh cell. Maybe. But the company reportedly only started working on them in the second half of a year ago, which would explain why the Galaxy Note 9 might get a better neural engine than the Galaxy S9. All cameras are going to feature a variable F1.5/F2.4 aperture that will let users operate the phone like a DSLR camera. Some of the designs still show a home button, which could be physical or on-screen.

This would allow Samsung to bring the display right to the four edges of the phone, avoiding a bezel or notch completely. We, however, do not expect that a design completely similar to Apple will be launched.

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