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

Samsung Galaxy A7

Samsung Galaxy A7

Samsung's Galaxy A9 (2018), the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras, will soon be launching in China. Just in the last couple of weeks alone, we've seen the launches of detachables like Google's Pixel Slate, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 and HP's Spectre Folio.

In Standalone mode, one can enjoy a PC-like interface even without a monitor or the "Book Cover" Keyboard, Samsung India said.

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The Galaxy Tab S4 runs Samsung Experience UI based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Users get 64GB inbuilt storage with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with the support for microSD card of up to 400GB. The latest entrant to the market will be exclusive to Amazon in the online market, while it can also be picked up from major offline retail stores in the country. There is Samsung Knox to protect the experience from malicious access, while Samsung Flow enables users to manage all their compatible devices by connecting and transferring files, tasks, and notifications seamlessly. And with the precise, pressure-responsive S Pen, you can create and navigate easily. There's an 8MP camera on the back and a 5MP camera on the front. From clipping and magnifying to translating, the S Pen lets you take your creativity to new heights. Ocean Blue is the hero colour, and it comes with a yellow S-pen for differentiation. And pressing the button on the S Pen when near the display activates Samsung's excellent Air Command software. The device has advanced usability options with the help of Samsung DeX. It talks about some of the features it will bring to Galaxy phones, including Adaptive Battery features, App slices, new emojis, and so on.

For starters, it comes with an X20 LTE modem so the tablet offers 4G connectivity so you're always connected to data like your smartphone.

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