Samsung phones in 2020: in-screen cameras and no bezel?!

Samsung phones in 2020: in-screen cameras and no bezel?!

Samsung phones in 2020: in-screen cameras and no bezel?!

Samsung on Thursday launched in India its flagship tablet, Galaxy Tab S4, a new two-in-one Android tablet that comes equipped with Samsung Dex and S Pen for Rs 57,900.

The Galaxy Book2 runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 mobile compute platform.

That combination powers Windows 10 S running on a 12-inch sAMOLED FHD+ display sporting a resolution of 2,160 by 1,440. It supports USB Type-C 3.1 (Gen 1) adaptive fast charging.

"With the long-lasting battery in the Galaxy Book 2, you can work uninterrupted for up to 20 hour - more than two full work days", Samsung swoons in its announcement. And confirmation of that feature has practically come from Samsung itself.

Most Galaxy S8 users who had contract phones didn't being getting Android 8 Oreo until February of this year - that's nearly six months after Google first released this update.

Powered by a 7,300mAh battery, Galaxy Tab S4 also comes with four speakers tuned by AKG and Dolby Atmos immersive sound technology.

The whole package including the tablet, S Pen stylus, and keyboard costs $999.99, and it'll be available online from AT&T, Microsoft, and Samsung on November 2nd.

A busy life needs a device that can keep up, and the Samsung Galaxy Book2 delivers almost everything needed for on-the-go PC users. That said, the inclusion of these features leads to a higher starting price than the aforementioned competing devices. Samsung has reportedly ordered 6.66-inches panels for the Galaxy Note 10 form Samsung Display.

When is the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 release date? Notably, the LTE variant has been launched in India, and not the Wi-Fi only variant. And with the precise, pressure-responsive S Pen, you can create and navigate easily.

We don't have a United Kingdom price yet, but the Galaxy Book 2 price is $999 in the US. We might see the new technology on other smartphones such as Oppo, Xiaomi, and Apple who outsource their display from Samsung.

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