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Samsung is Developing an Over the Air Wireless Charging Tech, Reveals a 2016 Patent

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World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published a patent recently, which was fined by Samsung, back in 2016. As per that, Samsung is joining the league of over the air wireless charging like Disney. Wireless charging is not pretty wireless till now. Till now, users will have to charge the Wireless charging base into a power outlet to charge it and then on that charging based they can just put their devices and charge them. But, this is the next step.

Over the air wireless charging is way better as it automatically starts charging the battery as soon as it finds any compatible device within its range. So, in this case, you don’t need to place your devices on the charging base or dock, neither there are limitations like users cannot talk using the phone while charging as they will have to lift it up from the dock.

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This patent, filed by Samsung in South Korea, describes a method to focus energy on devices in a room that is equipped with OTA wireless charging. This will allow users to charge their devices automatically, even when they are moving around with the phone inside their pocket. In this system,  reflectors send the charging signal around any obstacles, in the enclosed space.

This is a new and much-needed technology which is expected to arrive within the next five years. It is not clear yet, who is going to be the pioneer in this technology but the more competition spreads out among tech giants, the faster we will get to see the true wireless charging in our everyday life.

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Huawei is Working on a LCD display with a Hole for the Camera!

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As evident, most of the Chinese brands including Huawei, OnePlus and Xiaomi have been following the steps of Apple since long time. After the launch of the iPhone X, almost every other device came with a Notched display. But soon the brands like Oppo and Vivo took a step ahead and disrupted the market with their own vogue of smartphones having truly bezel-less displays. Now, as per the latest reports, it seems that Huawei too is planning to get on the same bandwagon by using a hole on screen for housing the Selfie Camera.

The report sourced from a South Korean organisation called ET News reveals that Huawei has been working on the development of a bezel-less LCD Display with a hole on top since the fourth quarter of 2017. This will be a replacement to the Notch that will be used to accommodate the front camera. The hole will prevent the camera from being obstructed by the display glass, which would have been the case with an in-display camera technology.

The attached image shows the Huawei’s concept showcasing the transformation from a traditional design to reduced bezels and notch, and from notch to just a point-sized hole for the front camera coupled with skinny bezels. The speaker, proximity sensor, and ambient light sensor are now moved to the little bezel on top. This concept may look similar to the Essential Phone at first sight but is way more superior in reality, counting in the negligible bezels at the bottom, and the disengaged camera hole.

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As per sources, Huawei may turn this hole-punching technology into reality in the fourth quarter of 2018, most probably with their upcoming Huawei Mate 20, or else, they might preserve this concept for the next year’s P-series as well.

The recently launched devices like the OPPO Find X and Vivo NEX employed different innovations for maximising the screen to body ratio by ditching the notch. Let us see if Huawei brings something out of syllabus to compete with two of these fantastic creations. We will keep you updated with the latest information, stay tuned.

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Samsung might Merge their Flagship S & Note series!

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Samsung may be making major changes in its smartphone line-up next year. The South Korean Electronics giant releases two sets of flagships- Galaxy S series early and Galaxy Note in the later part of the year. Now according to a latest report the company may be merging both the flagship ranges bringing them under a common series.

The alleged merger sounds practical as both devices are almost similar in looks and specs the difference being a stylus. Previous Galaxy Note devices had USP of large display with an S-Pen stylus. So the difference between the higher plus variant of the S series and the Note series becomes very marginal. The next in line Note series smartphone is Galaxy Note 9 to be unveiled on August 9. It is almost identical to the earlier launched Galaxy S9 Plus with the upgradations focused mainly on the S-Pen.

The merging of both the series will save a lot of time and money on the development, designing and making of the devices. Also now there will be clear distinction between the devices eliminating the confusion. Now Galaxy S10 will be unveiled next year which is rumoured to be available in three variants codenamed Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2. Beyond 0 is an entry level variant while the Beyond 1 is the regular Galaxy S10 variant while Beyond 2 will be the Note variant. This means the Plus variant may be cancelled and merged with the regular variant.

The report further mentioned that Beyond 1 and the Beyond 2 will be featuring an Fingerprint on Display(FOD) which means an in-screen fingerprint sensor. The entry level Beyond 1 which will be introduced first time in the S series will have a side mounted fingerprint sensor. This  makes Beyond 1 the first S series smartphone to have a side mounted fingerprint sensor.

The merging also allows new series to be launched in the later part of the year. Samsung is also reported to launch the foldable smartphone Galaxy X next year. The Galaxy S10 flagship will be launched in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next year, the annual trade show which will be held in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11.

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TRAI may Lock Out all the iPhones in India, if it doesn’t allow DND 2.0 App in App Store!

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The iPhone maker Apple and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India or TRAI are in a serious dispute over the matter of SPAM calls and messages. TRAI has declared that if Apple doesnt abide by their instructions, they might end up ordering Indian telecom operators like Jio, Airtel and Idea to abolish iPhone from their networks i.e. the iPhone users won’t be able to get services from major Indian Network operators.

To cure the problem of unwanted promotional calls and messages annoying Indian users, TRAI took a step forward and launched an app called as DND (DND 2.0 after the latest update) to help users in getting rid of Spam. The app is already available on Play Store and TRAI wants it to be available for iOS platform as well.

Apple being cautious of the privacy of its users, has refused to allow the app on its proprietary App Store. This is due to the fact that the DND app requires access to the call and message records of the user, which is termed to be a privacy risk by the company.

As a result, TRAI has issued few new regulations which make it compulsory for Telecom Operators to allow the users for installation of the DND 2.0 app on their phones irrespective of if they own an iPhone or an Android phone. If any smartphone manufacturer does not permit functioning of such apps, the telecom operators have to ensure that they deregister and derecognize such devices from their telecom networks. All the operators have been given a time frame of 6 months for following the same.

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The letter also narrates that if the upcoming iOS 12 release turns out to be a prerequisite for the installation of such apps, then the users who “may not wish to upgrade their current devices to the next level of the platform” will face derecognition of services as well, due to the choice made by customers.

This is not a direct commandment on Apple as TRAI has rights to control only the Telecom Operators in the country, not the smartphone makers. However, this will indirectly pressurize Apple to withdraw its decision and remove the restrictions for the DND app in the Appstore.

Summing up, if Apple doesn’t publish DND 2.0 app in its App Store, then the iPhone users may lose access to 3G, 4G and even basic 2G networks, depending upon the action taken by the operator.

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