Samsung's foldable phone next year? Sony bails on E3 2019
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Samsung is reportedly readying its foldable phone for March of next year, rumored to be called the Galaxy X or F. The device may show up in March after a debut in February at Mobile World Congress.
Early word is that the phone could cost up to a whopping $1,770.
But not support 5G, such as the price of early adoption.
It's official, Amazon has chosen Long Island City and Arlington, Virginia as the pair of cities for the company's two new headquarter locations.
Dubbed HQ2, the project had become one of the most sought after recruitment jobs for dozens of cities.
All vying for Amazon's business.
And finally, for the first time in the show's 24 year history,Sony would not be attending E3 in 2019.
E3 is the world largest video games expo and Sony press conference had become a stable event alongside Nintendo and Microsoft's presentation The surprising news comes as more game publishers and developers look to separate themselves from E3 where news and announcements can get lost in the either, and instead, opt for individual streams and events.
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