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Samsung Galaxy Note9 pre-orders top S9 according to Korean carrier

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 launched earlier in the year than its predecessor, because the Galaxy S9 underperformed. Early indications are that this was a good move, based on data shared by a representative of a South Korean wireless carrier. The Note9 pre-orders are 30% to 50% higher than the S9 pre-orders. The numbers aren't as high as the Galaxy Note8 year, the Note9 is reportedly seeing 80% of the demand. That is partially due to the pent up demand after the Note7 was pulled from the market. Pre-orders end today and Galaxy Note9 units will ship out to consumers on August 24. That's...



First clear photos of iPhone 8 emerge

The floodgates have opened now that the iPhone 8 is in mass production. It didn't take long to get what has to be the first clear photos of the upcoming bezel-less flagship, both front and back! Speaking of the back, there's no fingerprint here. None on the front either. There's no photos of the sides, but it's probably a "no" there as well. That leaves the facial recognition in charge of Apple Pay. Leaked photos of Apple iPhone 8 This photo showing an iPhone 8 case opens a possibility - the round hole (with a stylized fingerprint in it) is right about where the Apple logo...



Galaxy S9 and S9+ use two different camera sensors: Sony and in-house

As it has done in the past, Samsung is dual sourcing the image sensors for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ - depending on where you buy yours, it may have a Sony-designed IMX345 or a Samsung-designed S5K2L3 ISOCELL Fast. TechInsights has examined both sensors at a microscopic level and found them to have a different design. Both sensors have a 3-layer stacked design - a CMOS sensor with the image pixels, another for the image signal processor (ISP) and finally a DRAM chip for those coveted 960fps videos. But the organization is different. Sony IMX345 design • Samsung ISOCELL Fast design •...



Deal: Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy Note8 down to $740

Last we heard, the dual-SIM variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note8 was going for $790. While that deal has ended now, you'll be glad to know you can now grab the device for an even lower price. The same eBay retailer is back with another deal, and this time, it is offering the model for just $740. It's the 64GB, factory unlocked model (SM-N950F) that's on sale. Only black is available at the moment as all other colors are listed out of stock. No information on exactly when the deal will end. For more info, head to the Source link below. Source



Apple outs first public beta for iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2

Just yesterday Apple made iOS 11.1 and tvOS 11.1 available to the general public, following a beta testing period of a few weeks. And now the company is already working on the next releases of its operating systems for mobile devices and the Apple TV consoles. As of now, the first public betas of both iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2 are available to download and install. All you need to do is enroll in the company's Beta Software Program. You should definitely expect to see some bugs, but the flip side is that you can participate in shaping the next generation of Apple software. Apple iPhone...