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Let's talk folding phones onto Galaxy Gateway.
According to Bloomberg Samsung is working on two more foldable phones.
One will be a clamshell device, the other would fold like the Huawei Mate X. The clam shell would launch late this year or early next year.
It would also have a screen on the outside.
The Mate X Lite device would be thinner than the Galaxy Fold.
The report also mentions the Samsung Galaxy Fold has a problem.
Apparently After 10,000 folds, a crease will appear on the display.
Bloomberg says Samsung is considering giving Fold owners free screen replacements.
In case you forgot, the Galaxy Fold will be released on April 26th starting at just $1,980.
Onto Uptown Updates.
Dragonfly might not Be dead.
The intersect published a report that said Google is still working on a censor search engine for China.
The report said Google's own employees ran their own investigation and found update code associated with a China search engine.
Google issued the statement saying, as we've said for many months, we have no plans to launch Search in China and there is no work being undertaken on such a project.
If you use the Gmail app, good news.
Smart Compose is rolling out now.
The future was originally limited to Pixel devices, as your typing, Gmail will suggest the ends of your sentences.
You can swipe to approve Google's suggestions.
Well folks, I've got some bad news, Meizu's Crowdfunding Campaign has flopped.
The company was going to introduce the world's first hole less phone Because reasons.
Mezu tried to raise $100,000, it managed to get around $46,000.
If you still really wanna hold this phone, try putting clay into your phone.
I don't know why this would be a thing.
Waymo is selling LIDAR sensors to companies outside of self-driving.
What's the LIDAR system called?
Laser Bear Honeycomb, of course.
These are the same sensors found on the bumpers of Waymo's self-driving cars.
If you're in the market for your own Laser Bear Honeycomb, head to waymo.com/lidar.
And finally, OnLeaks posted renders of what it says is the OnePlus 7.
If you want it or not, forget it.
The 7 looks like it will have a pop-up, front-facing camera.
On the back, there are three cameras in a vertical setup.
On to comment cove.
This is the part of the show where we're trying to spotlight at the most amazing audience in the world, you guys.
Crobenick asks do you think an under screen selfie camera will be ready next year?
Great question, I hope so but I'd imagine we're still a few years away from that.
Talking about the Galaxy S10 gtone339 says Finger scanner placement in the front screen should be larger in future devices.
Hey, Gtone, I've heard that one of the goals is to make the bottom half of the screen act as a fingerprint sensor.
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