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Taking a look at the seven days of news and headlines around the world of Android, this week's Android Circuit includes the Galaxy Note 9 release date, the specifications and details on the new phablet, the massive camera of the Galaxy S10 camera presents leaks, details on the budget Galaxy S10, details of details of Nokia 5.1 Plus, Sony presenting the new Xperia XA2 Plus, more reviews of BlackBerry Key2, Oppo coming to the UK and Android P "Ask me anything" details.

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that happened on Android last week (and here you can find Apple's weekly summary).

Galaxy Note 9 launch and release dates

Everyone expects the Galaxy Note 9 to be launched at the next Samsung Unpacked event on August 7, but when It will be available You in the stores? It seems that the commercial version will be earlier than expected, SamMob ILE suggested this week:

The Galaxy Note 9 can be put on sale on August 24 … That would make the time between the announcement of Note 9 and the Release date is smaller than last year for the Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled on August 23 and reached retail stores three weeks later, on September 15. According to the report, the slow sales of Galaxy S9 are the reason why Samsung decided to go on August 24 instead of August 31 after some deliberations.

I have taken a look at what the date implies and how it fits Samsung's use of Note 9 to act as a blockade for the South Korean company in the fight against iOS devices:

Galaxy El range of notes has gone from being a revolutionary device that was used as a test bed for Samsung's latest technology, including elements such as the S-Pen stylus and curved edge screens, towards a more tactical product that allows the vessel Galaxy S badge is the company's main phone, while the Note series interferes with Apple's iPhone capturing inches of digital columns, presenting in comparative articles, and providing those who serve Android by iOS a new phone to consider.

Read the full analysis here on Forbes.

The Colorful Galaxy Note 9

With Note 9 following an iterative path in regards to new technology, Samsung will spice up the options available to customers with a new color number for the phablet. I looked at the cosmetic approach of the sales of Galaxy:

Leaving aside the base of fans of the Note, how can you bring new users to the phablet? How can you attract more productivity-focused users to the Note platform? It seems that Samsung will take the path of least resistance and opt for the most vulnerable part of modern smartphone marketing. It will offer the phone in a series of new and exciting colors

More here in Forbes, although note that Samsung is not alone here, Apple is also looking to add some color to the iPhone range of 2018.

Galaxy S10 Concept (Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de) Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de

Five cameras for the expensive Galaxy S10

While Note 9 interferes with your iterative upgrade, the Galaxy S10 is expected to push technological limits and return the South Korean company to the top of the smartphone stack. With the image of one of the key areas, the inclusion of five camera lenses in the premium model will surely be a key feature. Gordon Kelly highlights the new changes:

In a new report, the historically accurate Korean site The Bell reveals that Samsung will equip the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus with four and five cameras respectively.

Bell says both models will have triple rear cameras and while the Galaxy S10 will have only one front camera, the Galaxy S10 Plus will have two. Such a move would once again lead Samsung to the forefront of smart phone camera innovation. Something that has possibly been granted to Huawei's P20 Pro and Google's image processing in recent years.

More here in Forbes.

Next: A cheaper Galaxy S10, the new Nokia 5.1 Plus and the latest Sony Xperia …

Cheapest specifications of the Galaxy S10

In addition to the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus, more details appear on the third model S10, a Galaxy S10 & # 39; lower price and lower specification & # 39; Model – for example, the fingerprint sensor will be mounted on the power button, instead of the revolutionary reader below the expected screen in the most expensive models:

Of course, the obvious question is: Why would Samsung take such a risk with such an important phone?

The answer lies in a change of strategy. Samsung is expected to launch three Galaxy S10 models, instead of the usual two, and the third an "entry level" device. The problem at this stage is & # 39; entry level & # 39; it is not defined: it can be a significantly cheaper option, such as Apple's next budget, the iPhone X or the standard model with the reader on the screen saved for two new high-end options, as Apple did. year in which the iPhone X was launched on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

More on this new model here.

Concept Galaxy S10 (Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de) Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de

Nokia 5.1 Plus Leaks

In addition to updating your Android phones with the Nokia brand for 2018, it seems that HMD Global is expanding the portfolio with a new variant of the Nokia 5.1: the phablet size Nokia 5.1 Plus. Shannon Liao reports on the leaked phone:

The new Nokia 5.1 Plus shown in the filtered images sports a 5.7-inch screen, and the Nokia logo has migrated from the upper bezel to the chin. It maintains the volume controls, the power button and the headphone jack of the original Nokia 5.1, but the images suggest that the Nokia 5.1 Plus has changed the Micro USB port to a USB port type C.

On the back, the camera and the location of the fingerprint sensor remains the same, but now there are two cameras instead of a single 16 megapixel camera. It comes in at least two colors: dark silver and a reflective tone that appears to be white or light gray.

More in The Verge.

Sony's latest Xperia headset launched

Following the launch of the XA2 and the XA2 Ultra earlier this year, Sony has unveiled the XA2 Plus, a larger handset that extends from the low-end market to the mid-range. Ben Schoon reports:

Like previous versions of Sony, the Xperia XA2 Plus is a fairly simple midrange device. In essence, the device is powered by a Snapdragon 630 chipset paired with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 32 GB or 64 GB of storage backed by a microSD slot. Other family specifications include a 23MP rear camera, 8MP wide-angle front camera and rear fingerprint sensor. There is also a considerable 3,580 mAh battery with USB-C to charge.

More on 9to5Google.

Next: Latest revisions of BlackBerry Key2, Oppo is targeting the UK and Android P is targeting Reddit …

More ideas about the return of the keyboard [19659001] The BlackBerry Key2, released last month, has continued to receive criticism as more people become accustomed to its unique capabilities. Andrew Martonik has been using the smartphone for three weeks to discover the power of the physical keyboard:

Apart from a couple of setbacks here and there, the experience with the BlackBerry keyboard really complements Android really well when it is carefully designed. The keyboard feels like something more than a text entry device; I just started using it as a central part of the interface with the phone, which is key to justify its existence.

More on Android Central.

BlackBerry Key2 (Ewan) Spence) Ewan Spence

United Kingdom must prepare for an Oppo arrival

Oppo has caught several eyes with the Find X smartphone, which removes the notch to offer a full-screen experience, but featuring a pop-up camera for selfies, but the company based in China is looking to expand in the UK. Several phones have been registered, although there are no more details about what will be released. John McCann reports:

In response to our question about whether Oppo phones would arrive in the UK, the spokesperson told us "that's right, however, we do not have any information or timeline to share in the UK in this moment".

Oppo has just entered the European market, announcing its arrival during the launch of Oppo Find X in Paris, but at that time did not confirm whether the United Kingdom would receive their phones.

While the innovator Find X, with its three emerging cameras, will be available in a handful of European countries, the phone does not appear in the name record that was leaked, so it is still unclear if we will have access to the phone of full screen. [19659011] More on TechRadar.

And finally …

The Android P engineering team will head to Reddit to participate in their popular "Ask Me Anything" topics during the next week. Justin Duino selects some potential highlights:

This AMA comes shortly after the release of the third beta version of Android P and several weeks before the last preview of the developer. This opportunity gives developers and fans the ability to choose the brains of those behind Google's mobile operating system.

… Some of the topics that the team tries to discuss include:

Android Jetpack, Kotlin, Notifications, Power (application on hold, application restrictions), Screen crop, Actions and Slices, Interface Restrictions Not compatible with SDK, Android P Beta devices and Project Treble.

You can follow it on the Android Developers subreddit.

The Android Circuit rounds the Android world news every weekend here in Forbes. Do not forget to follow me to not lose any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop. The Android Circuit last week can be found here, and if you have news and links that you would like to see on the Android Circuit, get in touch!

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Taking a look at the seven days of news and headlines around the world of Android, this week's Android Circuit includes the Galaxy Note 9 release date, specifications and details about the new phablet, the Massive camera on Galaxy S10 camera leaks, details on the Galaxy S10 budget, escape details of Nokia 5.1 Plus, Sony introduces the new Xperia XA2 Plus, more reviews of BlackBerry Key2, Oppo arriving in the UK and the details of Android P "Ask me anything"

Android Circuit is here to remind you of some of the many things that have happened around you Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly summary of Apple news here).

] Galaxy Note 9 Release and Release Dates

Everyone expects the Galaxy Note 9 to be launched in the upcoming Samsung Event Unpacked & # 39; on August 7, but when it will be available in stores? It seems that the retail launch will be earlier than expected, SamMobile suggested this week:

The Galaxy Note 9 can be put up for sale on August 24 … That would make the time between the announcement of Note 9 and the release date is smaller than it was last year for the Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note 8 was introduced on August 23 and hit stores three weeks later, on September 15. According to the report, the slow sales of Galaxy S9 are the reason why Samsung decided to go on August 24 instead of August 31 after some deliberations.

I took a look at what the date implies and how it fits with the use of Samsung Note 9 to act as a blocker of the South Korean company in the fight against devices with iOS:

the Galaxy Note range has moved away from be a revolutionary device that was used as a test bed for Samsung's latest technology, including elements such as the S-Pen stylus and curved edge screens, towards a more tactical product that allows the Galaxy S to be the main phone of the company, while the Note series interferes with the Apple iPhone by capturing inches of digital column, presenting in comparative articles, and giving those who are attending Android on iOS a new phone to consider.

Read the full analysis here on Forbes.

The colorful Galaxy Note 9 [19659001] With Note 9 following an iterative path in regards to the new technology, Samsung will be spicing up the options available to customers with a number of new colors for the phablet. I looked at the cosmetic approach of the sales of Galaxy:

Leaving aside the base of fans of the Note, how can you bring new users to the phablet? How can you attract more productivity-focused users to the Note platform? It seems that Samsung will take the path of least resistance and opt for the most vulnerable part of modern smartphone marketing. It will offer the phone in a series of new and exciting colors

More here in Forbes, although note that Samsung is not alone here, Apple is also looking to add some color to the iPhone range of 2018.

Galaxy S10 Concept (Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de) Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de

Five cameras for the expensive Galaxy S10

While Note 9 interferes with your iterative upgrade, the Galaxy S10 is expected to push technological limits and return the South Korean company to the top of the smartphone stack. With the image of one of the key areas, the inclusion of five camera lenses in the premium model will surely be a key feature. Gordon Kelly highlights the new changes:

In a new report, the historically accurate Korean site The Bell reveals that Samsung will equip the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus with four and five cameras respectively.

Bell says both models will have triple rear cameras and while the Galaxy S10 will have only one front camera, the Galaxy S10 Plus will have two. Such a move would once again lead Samsung to the forefront of smart phone camera innovation. Something that has possibly been granted to Huawei's P20 Pro and Google's image processing in recent years.

More here in Forbes.

Next: A cheaper Galaxy S10, the new Nokia 5.1 Plus and the latest Sony Xperia …

Cheapest specifications of the Galaxy S10

In addition to the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus, more details appear on the third model S10, a Galaxy S10 & # 39; lower price and lower specification & # 39; Model – for example, the fingerprint sensor will be mounted on the power button, instead of the revolutionary reader below the expected screen in the most expensive models:

Of course, the obvious question is: Why would Samsung take such a risk with such an important phone?

The answer lies in a change of strategy. Samsung is expected to launch three Galaxy S10 models, instead of the usual two, and the third an "entry level" device. The problem at this stage is & # 39; entry level & # 39; it is not defined: it can be a significantly cheaper option, such as Apple's next budget, the iPhone X or the standard model with the reader on the screen saved for two new high-end options, as Apple did. year in which the iPhone X was launched on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

More on this new model here.

Concept Galaxy S10 (Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de) Creative Commons, by mobil-helden.de

Nokia 5.1 Plus Leaks

In addition to updating your Android phones with the Nokia brand for 2018, it seems that HMD Global is expanding the portfolio with a new variant of the Nokia 5.1: the phablet size Nokia 5.1 Plus. Shannon Liao reports on the leaked phone:

The new Nokia 5.1 Plus shown in the filtered images sports a 5.7-inch screen, and the Nokia logo has migrated from the upper bezel to the chin. It maintains the volume controls, the power button and the headphone jack of the original Nokia 5.1, but the images suggest that the Nokia 5.1 Plus has changed the Micro USB port to a USB port type C.

On the back, the camera and the location of the fingerprint sensor remains the same, but now there are two cameras instead of a single 16 megapixel camera. It comes in at least two colors: dark silver and a reflective tone that appears to be white or light gray.

More in The Verge.

Sony's latest Xperia headset launched

Following the launch of the XA2 and the XA2 Ultra earlier this year, Sony has unveiled the XA2 Plus, a larger handset that extends from the low-end market to the mid-range. Ben Schoon reports:

Like previous versions of Sony, the Xperia XA2 Plus is a fairly simple midrange device. In essence, the device is powered by a Snapdragon 630 chipset paired with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 32 GB or 64 GB of storage backed by a microSD slot. Other family specifications include a 23MP rear camera, 8MP wide-angle front camera and rear fingerprint sensor. There is also a considerable 3,580 mAh battery with USB-C to charge.

More on 9to5Google.

Next: Latest revisions of BlackBerry Key2, Oppo is targeting the UK and Android P is targeting Reddit …

More ideas about the return of the keyboard [19659001] The BlackBerry Key2, released last month, has continued to receive criticism as more people become accustomed to its unique capabilities. Andrew Martonik has been using the smartphone for three weeks to discover the power of the physical keyboard:

Apart from a couple of setbacks here and there, the experience with the BlackBerry keyboard really complements Android really well when it is carefully designed. The keyboard feels like something more than a text entry device; I just started using it as a central part of the interface with the phone, which is key to justify its existence.

More on Android Central.

BlackBerry Key2 (Ewan) Spence) Ewan Spence

United Kingdom must prepare for an Oppo arrival

Oppo has caught several eyes with the Find X smartphone, which removes the notch to offer a full-screen experience, but featuring a pop-up camera for selfies, but the company based in China is looking to expand in the UK. Several phones have been registered, although there are no more details about what will be released. John McCann reports:

In response to our question about whether Oppo phones would arrive in the UK, the spokesperson told us "that's right, however, we do not have any information or timeline to share in the UK in this moment".

Oppo has just entered the European market, announcing its arrival during the launch of Oppo Find X in Paris, but at that time did not confirm whether the United Kingdom would receive their phones.

While the innovator Find X, with its three emerging cameras, will be available in a handful of European countries, the phone does not appear in the name record that was leaked, so it is still unclear if we will have access to the phone of full screen. [19659011] More on TechRadar.

And finally …

The Android P engineering team will head to Reddit to participate in their popular "Ask Me Anything" topics during the next week. Justin Duino selects some potential highlights:

This AMA comes shortly after the release of the third beta version of Android P and several weeks before the last preview of the developer. This opportunity gives developers and fans the ability to choose the brains of those behind Google's mobile operating system.

… Some of the topics that the team tries to discuss include:

Android Jetpack, Kotlin, Notifications, Power (application on hold, application restrictions), Screen crop, Actions and Slices, Interface Restrictions Not compatible with SDK, Android P Beta devices and Project Treble.

You can follow it on the Android Developers subreddit.

The Android Circuit rounds the Android world news every weekend here in Forbes. Do not forget to follow me to not lose any coverage in the future, and of course read the sister column in Apple Loop. The Android Circuit last week can be found here, and if you have news and links that you would like to see on Android Circuit, get in touch!


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