Samsung Galaxy Note10+

Samsung’s international unlocked Galaxy Note 9 is $500 (Reg. up to $1,000)

Deals. Never-MSRP currently has the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on eBay for $499.99 shipped, this is the 128GB Factory Unlocked variant. B&H also has it for $630.

Apple is moving on from manufacturing Mac Pros in the US like they did with the trash can. According to the WSJ, the new cheese grater will be manufactured by Quanta in China in a manufacturing plant close to Shanghai, this involves less shipping costs as most of the components are made nearby. This is also interesting considering the whole US trade war shenanigans.

BOE develops in-display fingerprint scanner for LCD displays, starts production by end of 2019

Report: Microsoft looking at AMD as Intel relationship ‘on shaky ground’

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Galaxy Note 10+, not Pro, will be the larger model, images leaked

We have new IRL leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, not Note 10 Pro. The phone is booting up and we see the + sign, we see the single cutout and the front and it also lacks an earpiece for the rumored Sound on Display technology. The bezels look the same as the leaks and so does the vertical triple camera at the back. It could still be that Samsung will use the Pro moniker for the 5G variant but it doesn’t look like it.


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