Samsung unveils new smartphones | USA TODAY

 

Electronics giant Samsung is widely expected to introduce on Tuesday the first major new tech products of 2020 with several new editions of the Galaxy smartphone.

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The South Korean tech giant is expected to introduce three new editions of the Galaxy smartphone, along with a foldable flip smartphone aimed at young consumers โ€“ and have them available for sale within days of the event. (By comparison, the CES show in January touted many new products, but most won't be on sale until the spring at the earliest.)

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17 Comments on "Samsung unveils new smartphones | USA TODAY"

  1. Primero xD

  2. Wow a phone that does exactly what the previous one is doing and gives you access to 5G which is not deployed yet and cn make zooming that you don’t need.
    What great new experience wow.
    Useless
    G but yes, you can fold it wow, such an innovation, like the good old nokias and Motorolas that really makes you need it

  3. Trent Montgomery | February 11, 2020 at 3:41 PM | Reply

    John 15:2 Jesus said he was not good and has to be pruned by God which was a sinless life being totally conscious of God his entire life. Now, in Isaiah 45:3-7 God says he created evil and chapter 40 3-7 God says he will take goodliness from someone and make them wicked. Genesis 3:3-7 Questionable. So, God would literally go in and add evil to people’s hearts. If I can provoke anyone to emulation of studying to show yourself approval. It’s not good to wear worms and be tormented day night, however, the particular look that Christians have that causes you to say, Wow, you must be saved, is found in Isaiah 48 they have been refined with a material God calls “silver”. Though people will be temporarily getting out of Hades for a moment. Eunuch brook.

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  4. So now we’re back to flip phones. It always comes full circle.

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  6. StayGoldPonyboy | February 11, 2020 at 3:57 PM | Reply

    She says you will be able to fold and unfold over 200,000 times???? Then you mean to say the phone will be broken and worn out before even having the phone 2 months. A person uses their cell phone about a thousand times a day. Thats opening it once, closing it once, using the bezel two times just to use the phone each time. Do the math people…. 2 times a thousand times of using tour phone a day is already 2000 uses on that bezel and hinge. By the end of 30 days, you have actively used the hinge more than 50,000 times in one month… the phone hinge wouldnt last not more than 3 or 4 months. The phone hinge would be worn out and a person would be stuck with a usless phone. People would be infolding and folding their phone way more than 200,000 times. I had a lotus phone shaped the same size and the phone hinge lasted forever and i still have the phone in 2020 and the hinge is still like new… no way…. Sorry. I wont waste my money. Ill stick with my galaxy s5. Its almost ten years old and guess what.. it works perfectly fine. Why fix something that isnt broken… no thanks๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘Ž

    • StayGoldPonyboy | February 11, 2020 at 3:58 PM | Reply

      but when your home on weekends, or days off, even working people pull their phones out and look at them all day long for a number of reasons.. remember we do everything on them. Emails, youtube, whatsap, twitter, facebook, everything you name it including photos, vids, live streaming, and video conversations. I dont believe that 200,000 times of folding and infolding is as durable.. also there was a review about this on the web.. they put it to the test and said if you only open the phone 100 times a day, they said the phone would only last about four or five years. Which seems impossible because to open and close the phone again the hinge would be used twice. .. not once. Every open is one motion and every close is one motion.. you have to count every single motion on the hinge and the safest bet is two include two motions on the hinge to unfold and fold again from your use, to when you finishing using… it doesnt add up to lasting four or five years for sure… if you only open it 100 times a day, then that is 200 motions on the hinge per day… do the math on that in 30 days and then calculate how many months… thats about 200 times per day, 30 times 200, equals x amount per month… for 1,980 dollars which is the cost of the phone, its still just not worth it.

    • StayGoldPonyboy | February 11, 2020 at 4:00 PM | Reply

      200 times per 30 days is 6000 times… 6000 times a month for one year is 72,000… the phone would definitely not last five years of you open the phone 100 times a day.. it would last a little less than half that.. maybe 2 or three years. At five years as samsung says it would last four or five years, is definitely not a fact. 5 years is 360,000. Would you want to take a risk it wont last until the next upgrade? Most of us have the same phone as long as we can keep it.. once you pay that amount of money you really need your phone to last. Most people cannot afford 2000 dollars for a phone that wont last no more than three years simply because the hinge could wear out before its even time to upgrade.. they have the phone listed as starting at 1,980 dollars. it simply not a practical option when you still have to worry about wearing out that hinge.

    • StayGoldPonyboy | February 11, 2020 at 4:19 PM | Reply

      I see every day how people are on their phones. People look at their phones about 1000 times a day. Some people never get off their phones. Most people use their phones for everything including tv netflix… the phone hinge will not last three years. If you only open your phone 100 times a day thats 200 motions on the hinge, unfold, and fold… count it twice.. do the math. She said the hinge will work about 200,000 times. 200 times a day fold and unfold for 30 days is 6000 times. 6000 times in three years is 216,000 times. Samsung says the phone will last five years til the next expected upgrade. I checked the reviews online.. the phone will not last three years.. it will be broken in the hinge two years before the 5 year mark.. go buy one at 1,980 dollars and let me know when your phone is broken in three years.

  7. Ridiculous these devices

  8. Justice for Johnny depp

  9. Lol I am still going to keep my current phone. iPhone 8 ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ˜Œ

  10. S20 ultra..i got it.

  11. Phone Worship!

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