This Samsung foldable phone costs 3x more than a Note 9

Early Samsung Galaxy S10 details leak out

Samsung reveals details about its flagship processor that will power Galaxy S10

For pictures, the W2019 is equipped with a dual rear camera setup that is similar to the Galaxy Note 9.

Instead of packing a host of visual changes, the S9 delivered a number of improvements internally.

Like its predecessor, the next-generation Exynos boasts a security chip tasked with storing and managing personal and biometric data, including facial maps and fingerprint scans, in an isolated portion of the system.

However, the Galaxy S9's showpiece was by far its camera sensor that could switch from f/1.5 to f/2.4 depending on light conditions.

Oil price drops amid fears over demand
USA crude futures (CLc1) lost $2.64, or 4.3 percent, to hit $57.30 a barrel, lowest since December 2017, as of 12:18 a.m. Brent crude was at $65.89 a barrel, over 20 percent lower than in early October.

According to a report by South Korea-based Yonhap News Agency, the folding smartphone that Samsung teased at the Developer Conference last week won't be a secret much longer.

But should the price not be an obstacle for you, are you excited for and interested in picking up Samsung's first foldable phone (or foldable tablet, depending on how you look at it)? Despite that, it seems there is still a market for flip phones in amongst the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world, and Samsung has been cashing on the demand.

A Germany based Samsung customer case support, as reported by AllAboutSamsung, has revealed that the open beta update of the One UI based on Android 9 Pie will release for eligible Samsung phones starting November 15, that's on Thursday. The color goes from white at the bottom to blue at the top, though the front of the Galaxy S9 remains black.

Such a design choice is reminiscent of the Twilight colour on both the Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro that ooze a slightly different gradients depending on which angle light is striking them. This is the first gradient-style colour option for Samsung's flagship smartphone range.

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