The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was officially announced on Thursday, and the company made sure to hype up the brand new device’s power during the unveiling.
Apple has had its trade-in program in place for quite some time, but now it’s starting to promote the service a bit more across its website.
Earlier today, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 9, its latest Note flagship featuring a massive 4,000mAh battery and a dual-camera setup at the rear. The Note 9 will take on Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup which is scheduled to be unveiled next month. However, until the 2018 iPhone X Plus launches, the Note 9 competes with Apple’s latest year iPhone, the iPhone X.
There were plenty of rumors out there suggesting Samsung was planning on jumping on the smart speaker bandwagon, and, sure enough, that is indeed the case.
Apart from the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Watch, Samsung also gave a glimpse at its new Bixby-powered speaker: the Galaxy Home which will take on Apple’s Siri-powered HomePod. The speaker features a very unique design, with a three-leg stand and the top half looking like an inverted Google Home.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Announced with 6.4-inch QHD+ Display, 6GB RAM, 4,000mAh Battery, Up to 512GB Storage, and Dual-Camera Setup
Samsung today unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 at its Unpacked event to take on Apple’s upcoming 2018 iPhone lineup. The 6.4-inch Note 9 will take on Apple’s largest iPhone till date, the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus when it launches next month.
Apple seems to have enforced a new App Store policy which has led to the company to remove gambling related apps from the App Store. However, Apple’s move seems to be hastily implemented as it has inadvertently removed many apps that have nothing to do with gambling.
Given the scourge of fake news and killings in India, WhatsApp has reportedly decided to develop a dedicated team to fight this menace. The Facebook-owned firm recently launched a new feature on the messaging platform, letting users know when a message has been forwarded and limiting the forwarding of a message to only five people.
Despite removing almost the entire library of Infowars podcasts from iTunes and its Podcasts app, Apple says that it will continue to list the ‘Infowars Official’ app on the App Store. The company had removed the podcasts for violation of its hate speech guidelines.