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Samsung’s A90 smartphone might have a top processor and 6.7-inch screen

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Samsung’s A series of mid-range smartphones was never as sexy as its Note or S devices, but that may change with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A90. 

According to reliable leaker @onleaks, there will be two variants of the A90, and both will have a 6.7-inch screen with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a triple rear camera. And both devices will have the current top processor from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 855 — a first for the A series of Samsung phones. 

Samsung’s A90 smartphone might have a top processor and 6.7-inch screen

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Samsung’s A series of mid-range smartphones was never as sexy as its Note or S devices, but that may change with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A90. 

According to reliable leaker @onleaks, there will be two variants of the A90, and both will have a 6.7-inch screen with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a triple rear camera. And both devices will have the current top processor from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 855 — a first for the A series of Samsung phones. 

Now Huawei’s delaying its foldable phone, too

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The last couple of months haven’t been kind to foldable phone aficionados. 

In April, Samsung delayed the launch of its Galaxy Fold — and nearly two months later there’s still no official launch date

Now, Huawei’s doing the same with its Mate X. The company told CNBC that the phone will launch in September, instead of June as originally planned. 

Interestingly, Huawei reportedly partially placed the blame on Samsung…

Now Huawei’s delaying its foldable phone, too

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The last couple of months haven’t been kind to foldable phone aficionados. 

In April, Samsung delayed the launch of its Galaxy Fold — and nearly two months later there’s still no official launch date

Now, Huawei’s doing the same with its Mate X. The company told CNBC that the phone will launch in September, instead of June as originally planned. 

Interestingly, Huawei reportedly partially placed the blame on Samsung…

Now Huawei’s delaying its foldable phone, too

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The last couple of months haven’t been kind to foldable phone aficionados. 

In April, Samsung delayed the launch of its Galaxy Fold — and nearly two months later there’s still no official launch date

Now, Huawei’s doing the same with its Mate X. The company told CNBC that the phone will launch in September, instead of June as originally planned. 

Interestingly, Huawei reportedly partially placed the blame on Samsung…

Samsung releases its new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit, in the U.S.

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The fitness tracker, with NFC wireless charging and a .95-inch AMOLED screen, weighs 23 grams and will be sold for $99

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Samsung releases its new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit, in the U.S.

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The fitness tracker, with NFC wireless charging and a .95-inch AMOLED screen, weighs 23 grams and will be sold for $99

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Health, Mashable Video, Fitness Tracker, and Samsung Galaxy Fit

Samsung releases its new fitness tracker, the Galaxy Fit, in the U.S.

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The fitness tracker, with NFC wireless charging and a .95-inch AMOLED screen, weighs 23 grams and will be sold for $99

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Health, Mashable Video, Fitness Tracker, and Samsung Galaxy Fit

Samsung Galaxy Fit is finally available in the U.S.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Fit wearable fitness tracker was announced during this year’s Mobile World Congress in February, and then, for a while, it seemed Samsung has forgotten about it. 

But (surprise!) it hasn’t. The company is now selling the Galaxy Fit in the U.S., at the price of $99. 

If you’ve seen fitness trackers before, the Fit will likely look familiar: It’s basically a thick wrist band with an AMOLED screen. It…

Google confirms Pixel 4 will have a huge camera bump

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Google’s next Android phone, the Pixel 4, isn’t coming until the fall, but we may already know a number of key details about it.

Once again, internet leaks may have revealed what to expect. Will the phone be enough to topple mega phones like Samsung’s Galaxy S10, Huawei’s P30 Pro, the OnePlus 7 Pro, and the upcoming Galaxy Note 10?

Hard to say, but at least we have an idea what kind of design, display, and cameras the Pixel 4 might come with. 

Update: Google’s @madebygoogle Twitter account…