Galaxy Note 9 announcement slated for August 9 yet again

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According to the leak, the next Samsung smartwatch will have a much larger battery than the S3 - a almost 24 percent bigger battery.

Samsung asked users around the world to "immediately" return their existing Galaxy Note 7 and get a replacement.

A leaked design of Samsung's forthcoming flagship Galaxy Note 9 smartphone shows there are some changes in the new phone from its predecessor. No, we're not talking about a new smart display but an actual screen that also offers audio.

But that's not all.

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The report comes amidst other significant news becoming public, that the company is laying off almost 10% of its workforce. Tesla will cut roughly 9 per cent of its workforce as part of a restructuring led by chief executive Elon Musk .

Last year, a separate recall was issued by the same agency for certain refurbished AT&T Samsung Galaxy 4 models sent through FedEx that were powered by batteries and found to overheat. Serial leaker Ice Universe, who is often right about Samsung rumors, revealed recently that Samsung is planning to bundle up to 512GB of storage in the Galaxy Note 9. The dual aperture camera is also expected to make its way to the Galaxy Note 9, but beyond that, other details about the smartphone are scarce at the moment. And just in case that wasn't enough, Samsung is also increasing the size on its front-facing camera to have a much larger sensor, Forbes is reporting.

Some of the best smartwatches on the market today for Android come from the likes of Samsung, but the company has been relatively quiet in that space for a while now.

Samsung Gear S4 (a.k.a the Galaxy Watch) is the long-anticipated successor to the popular Gear S3 smartwatch, and it is fast approaching, according to the latest reports.

It's emerged that Samsung has reached a new milestone in the development of its first sound-emitting OLED screen, which transmits audio through the screen itself rather than an earpiece speaker, bringing commercialisation forward to 2019. It's a different shade of Lilac Purple, if you will, which is one of the Galaxy Note 9's launch colors.

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