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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ design confirmed via FCC photos

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is arriving on the 7th of August in multiple variants and a myriad of leaks have already given away to the design of the phablet. From the digital renders for the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+, we have learned that the two models will come with expansive displays with almost no bezels. While Samsung had steered away from the notch trend – at least for its flagships, it is opting for a hole-punch cutout for the front camera on the Note 10 series to minimize the bezels even further. Now, we have evidence of the Galaxy Note 10+ visiting the FCC along with images in the listing to confirm that these leaks about Samsung’s changed design philosophy are true.

Recent leaks of the official images by tipster Ishan Agarwal also reveal the slick gradient finishes that the Galaxy Note 10/10+ will come in. Besides, there have been several speculative rumors or leaks for the protective tempered glasses and covers/cases for the smartphone. Although these are not the first live images of the Galaxy Note 10+ that we’re getting to see – YouTube Mr_TechTalkTV allegedly shared hands-on images of the phablet, the FCC listing definitely makes the case more reliable and trustworthy.

From the images, we can see the triple camera array along with an offset camera, probably a depth sensor, on the back of the Galaxy Note 10+. This corresponds to both – the digital renders divulged by @OnLeaks last month as well as the images shared by Ishan. There’s another sensor underneath the purported depth sensor but we’re not sure of its utility.

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samsung galaxy note 10 10+

Evidently, Samsung is finally dropping the headphone jack from the Galaxy Note 10+ along with the infamousdedicated Bixby button. The power button and the volume rocker sit on the left of the smartphone and since there’s no physical fingerprint scanner, we expect an ultrasonic under-display fingerprint scanner, just like the Galaxy S10 series.

We can also very much see the hole-punch camera in the center – which was more-or-less confirmed by the official teaser for the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. The listing also shows an earpiece above this camera.

As typical to the Galaxy Note lineup, there’ll be an S-Pen, which charges wirelessly, just like the previous generations of the Note phablets. Furthermore, the dimensions proposed by OnLeaks (162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9mm) match the original dimensions of the smartphone as tested by the FCC. This adds to the credibility and reliability of the leaker.

In terms of connectivity, the Galaxy Note 10+ supports dual-band Wi-Fi, including support for Wi-Fi 6 aka 802.11ax alongside the previous 802.11a/g/b/n/ac standards. It comes with Bluetooth 5.0 as well as LTE but there’s no 5G on this model yet. There’s another variant which is listed on FCC but we’re still waiting for the details to populate so that we know better if it is the Note 10 or the 5G variant of the phablet.

Source: https://www.xda-developers.com/samsung-galaxy-note-10-fcc-photos/

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SAMSUNG PATENT SHOWS A POSSIBLE GALAXY S11 DESIGN WITH A LARGE SCREEN

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In the fight for design, we have seen quite interesting designs in 2019. Several foldable devices have been presented. The most important being those announced by Huawei and Samsung. Today again we can talk about phone designs that seemed impossible a while ago. Samsung has presented a new patent for a device with an expandable screen.

A special feature of this model is the possibility to extend the width of the phone. After which the screen surface is estimated to be increased by around 50%. There is, unfortunately, no detailed description included that answers the question of how this smartphone can be pulled out. The images do show that the screen on the right is enlarged. The frame border around the screen also shifts partially, so that the flexible display remains well protected against external influences.

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Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy

It is not the same as foldable phones, because at no time the screens of this prototype are folded as in the Galaxy Fold or Huawei Mate X. It is too early to talk about a real device, although Samsung wants to bet on something like this according to its patent.

At the moment, the mobile industry is going through a time when designs take a big part of the client’s decision. Brands like Samsung are changing some designs in the high range. This year they have included screen holes in the Galaxy S series. Join GizChina on Telegram

THIS COULD BE THE SAMSUNG GALAXY S11 DESIGN

The design patent was filed by Samsung Electronics at the end of 2018 with the KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office). It was approved at the end of May, after which the patent was publicly published on 24 June 2019. There are 14 sketches on which a modern designed smartphone can be seen. With the so-known edge display from Samsung.Read Also:  Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to hit South-Korea stores by August 23

The patent that Samsung has filed is official and approved. This means that the company can manufacture a device similar to what is shown in the images. There are several reasons to present the patent of a project, so we do not know if Samsung is willing to launch this terminal or simply wants to safeguard an idea.

In the images, you can see perfectly the idea of ​​the company. Instead of folding the screen this new device would have a system of rails to move a secondary screen. It may seem very futuristic, although it really is just another mechanism, like the one we saw for the folding terminal.

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Samsung Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy

Some media are beginning to say that it is the Galaxy S11, something very unlikely. Samsung may launch something similar in 2020. but much should change things to be in the next releases of the Galaxy S series.

The idea of ​​the patent is interesting because when you need more space on the screen you just need to expand the screen. The problems we have seen in the Galaxy Fold would not affect this device. Because the durability could be greater by not having a flexible screen.

Even so, it is early to be able to talk about this device in a real way. Samsung has simply presented the patent and it will not be for a long time when it can confirm or deny the existence of such a mobile.

Source: https://www.gizchina.com/2019/07/15/samsung-patent-shows-a-possible-galaxy-s11-design-with-a-large-screen/

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Europe to develop reusable rockets to fend off SpaceX dominance

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No one country can claim monopoly or sovereignty of the vastness of outer space. They can, however, claim superiority in the technologies that will take equipment and humans there. For the past years, space tech news has mostly revolved around SpaceX and, to a lesser extent, Blue Origin, both US companies. Other countries like China and even Russia aren’t sitting still and now the European Commission is making a move as well. It has just greenlit a three-year project to develop its own reusable rockets.

This is an almost complete U-turn from the sentiments and opinions in Europe back when SpaceX was still at its infancy. Then again, the entire rocket industry seemed to think Musk was bonkers and that landing rockets vertically would never be viable. SpaceX, of course, proved it could be done and now other companies and countries are scrambling to recreate that success.

Europe, however, had a slightly different objection to the idea of reusing rockets. Compared to the US and China, the region is relatively small and launched very few rockets a year. Reusing those rockets would, in other words, put rocket manufacturers out of business.

The new Retropropulsion Assisted Landing Technologies project or RETALT, however, basically acknowledges that it’s the unavoidable future. It also admits that Europe is only just getting started in developing something that’s already state-of-the-art in the US. It doesn’t directly address the economical repercussions of the technology but that seems to be where the market is heading anyway.

The Commission has allotted 3 million EUR ($3.4M) for RETALT. It isn’t shy to admit that one of its goals is to pretty much replicate the Falcon 9. It does, however, also have plans on developing a single-stage-to-orbit rocket to get ahead of other regions.

Source: https://www.slashgear.com/europe-to-develop-reusable-rockets-to-fend-off-spacex-dominance-27581963/

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Next generation Fossil Wear OS watches arrive at FCC

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The Fossil Group is responsible for the vast number of Wear OS devices, especially those from fashion brands. Sharing the same underlying hardware across different case designs, the next generation Fossil Wear OS watches have popped up at the FCC today.

UK7-DW10 (via Droid-Life) arrived at the regulatory agency today. Devices in this immediate generation include two watches from Michael Kors (DW10M1 & DW10M2), as well as one from Fossil (DW10F1), Diesel (DW10D1), and Emporio Armani (DW10E1).

“E-labeling Letters” for each of those five models show the steps needed to access the FCC ID on device. The process (Setting > System > Regulatory Information) is unchanged from current Wear OS devices running Android 8.1 Oreo and Android 9 Pie.

The regulatory document includes a visual walkthrough that features live, but cropped shots of an actual watch. The first three images are presumably of the next generation Fossil device, while the last is a screenshot. Like current devices, there is a bezel around the screen that looks slightly thinner than before.

All feature Bluetooth, 2.4GHz WiFi, and NFC, which is in line with last year’s Gen 4 devices. The key unknown for this generation is whether Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 3100 will be present, or if it retains the 2100 processor. The former would be the welcome choice and allows for features like the promised Sports Mode, with RAM (more than 512MB) also a key spec for determining performance.

Last year, the first watches from the Fossil Group were announced in August after also debuting at the FCC in June. A hardware launch for these next generation Fossil Wear OS devices is likely nearing and follows big software additions like Tiles in recent weeks.

Source: https://9to5google.com/2019/06/19/next-generation-fossil-wear-os/

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