Galaxy smartphone charging problems: Samsung users face new battery crisis

Posted January 03, 2018

There had been a huge speculation that Samsung Galaxy A8, the look-alike of Samsung Galaxy S8, will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show but to everyone's surprise, Samsung quietly announced the smartphone in a small event at Vietnam. The S9+ will sport a larger 6.2-inch Infinity Display.

We have heard that design will be nearly same as the S8 but it is expected to come up with thinner bezel-less screen furthermore we can expect that maybe fingerprint sensor will move underneath the back camera lens.

After a very long break, Nokia returned to the market with its new flagship in 2017, namely Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, Nokia 7 and Nokia 8. As we all know Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus received critical acclaim. The "Samsung" logo on the Galaxy S9 is a bit too small while the reflections on both the devices are too flawless to be true. Numerous leaks we've been tracking in particular offer a little in respect to the design language, but a new set of renders may give users a clear look of how the devices might look like when they hit the market in a few months from now. Now Google is assuming to reduce the prices of their smartphones.

Nokia 9 will have 4GB RAM along with 64GB internal storage and not expandable.

The Apple's iPhone X has already emerged as second most searched topic on Google's trending 2017 list. What's more, is without a doubt going to be an intense demonstration to take after. Even though the iPhone X was met with great reviews, it still feels like a first generation with quite a bit of room for improvement.

Apple ditched the TouchID sensor in the iPhone X after they failed to embed it underneath the display, according to a IndiaToday.com report.

Notably, the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) are the first smartphones from Samsung to feature dual selfie cameras at the front. We just have to wait and see what happens in 2018.