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Samsung To Release Another Creative Device Later This Year Apart From The Note 10, Tipster Suggests

Samsung has been on a move and has been bringing innovation to pretty much every corner of the globe. Samsung over the course of a few years has managed to constantly bring something worthwhile to its smartphones starting from the budget lineup and going all the way up to the flagship series.

As per a tweet by our trusty Ice Universe, Samsung is working on yet another smartphone which is expected to break barriers releasing just later this year. Funnily enough, the phone is neither the Galaxy Note 10 or the Galaxy Fold. While no further information is disclosed, we are certain of the fact that the phone would take a unique perspective on the modern smartphone model.

When the word premium is taken into consideration, the Galaxy S series and the Note series smartphones come into mind. Mostly because of their price point and the overall features they pack. Both the franchises have beautifully etched the premium market space as they bring in more and more features to consumers.

Samsung has been experimenting quite a lot with the Galaxy A series recently and has brought in various technologies such as a completely bezel-less display, the removal of the headphone jack and much more. It could possibly mean that Samsung aims at releasing another device with extraordinary potential in order to evaluate the audience’s reaction.

As for the unique feature of the device, we could be seeing a completely bezel less display with UFS 3.0 a complex camera setup and much more. It would certainly be interesting to see how Samsung manages to erradicate the punch hole and would they be willing to go for a pop up style camera?

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