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Samsung's next smartwatch to be called Galaxy Watch, use Wear OS

Samsung's next smartwatch to be called Galaxy Watch, use Wear OS

Rumors regarding the Galaxy X have been heating up. And that's not a surprise, considering that Samsung has copied the iPhone extensively over the years. However, things have begun to slow down, as Samsung's smartphone sales have slowed down considerably, with the Galaxy S9 lagging behind its predecessor. The device might make it to the market in March 2019. Apple will certainly be pleased that it managed to top the list as its iPhone 8 was rated as fifth best-selling the month prior in April.

Recent reports have said the Galaxy S10 might come in three different sizes, with the largest one possibly sporting a triple camera setup at the back.

If the news is accurate, it'd be a far cry from the 210mAh flexible cell design that the Samsung SDI subsidiary came up with four years ago.

But guess what, Samsung hasn't been able to sell as many Galaxy S9 phones as it hoped and the company's bottom line reflects that.

Samsung revealed in a press release that its consolidated sales for the second quarter were around 58 trillion won or U.S.$52 billion.

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A new filing by the FCC in the United States shows the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S-stylus will have Bluetooth capabilities.

Analysts expect an operating profit of $13.3 billion for the quarter, up 5.7 per cent from a year earlier but less than the record 15.6 trillion won it posted in the March quarter, according to a Thomson Reuters poll.

Samsung has since acknowledged its plan to expand its smartphone portfolio.

The Galaxy X launch has been postponed for a few years, but it looks like it will finally be hitting the market next year.