Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes three innovative Galaxy S10 features, the expensive Galaxy Note 9, cancelling the Note range, the latest small steps from OnePlus, the Honor 7S review, Android Oreo’s success, and Google’s new look for Android apps.
Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here
Three Innovative Features For The Galaxy S10
So what will be featured on the Galaxy S10’s feature list? Noted leaker IceUniverse suggests that whatever these new features will be, they will be “innovations that you can’t image.” A challenge if I ever read one. So, heard are three new Galaxy S10 innovations that are already out there, but will likely be sold as things you can’t imagine, coming up:
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It has been an incredibly long time since something genuine new has arrived to shake up the market. Wireless charging has become a key feature on Android handsets, but was debuted in Windows Phone and Palm Pre’s TouchStone. Apple’s FaceID implemented facial recognition in a new way, but it wasn’t something unimaginable. Neither was the addition of fingerprinting, touch screens, gesture recognition, or any of the other small iterative advances that the geekerati are aware of.
I’d suggest that the upcoming innovations will be seen as iterative and ‘already in existence’ fro those with an understanding of smartphones, but will be seen as ‘new and exciting’ by the general public.