Hi-Tech

Samsung J7 Duo with dual camera now in India

Samsung J7 Duo with dual camera now in India

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is likely to be launched in the second half of 2018, but rumors around the upcoming device have already started to surface on the internet.

In short, Galaxy Note 9 will have a basically identical screen, a more capable battery and probably the 845 Snapdragon, more efficient in energy saving.

Separately, Slashleaks has put out an expected specs sheet for Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which was provided to the website by anonymous sources.

Also as per a recent report by Korea Herald, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may arrive with an in-display fingerprint sensor. And the latest leak courtesy of Chinese leaker Ice Universe claimed in a tweet post the upcoming Note version might have a bigger battery of 3,850mAh or 4,000mAh.

Samsung has launched the Galaxy J7 Duo in India, the first to bring the dual-lens cameras to the J series in the country. From the same, the Galaxy A6 is believed to feature an Exynos 7860 SoC paired with 3GB RAM.




Galaxy J7 Duo will be available in black and gold colours across retail stores starting on Thursday. The secondary camera could have 8MP with f/1.7 aperture. The smartphone comes with Andriod Oreo 8.0 out of the box.

In other features, the smartphone includes a fingerprint scanner and iris scanner for biometric authentication, IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. The company claims that the J7 cameras come equipped with Live Focus feature, which was initially introduced in Galaxy Note 8. Connectivity options of the Note 9 could be Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz and MIMO.

Leaving the lower edge of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 front panel and implementing a notch on the top could potentially increase the screen by 0.1-inch without increasing the size of the case but, with so many adversities against the notch, is improbable that Samsung will implement one.

Therefore, Note 9 is expected to boast a battery of 3850 or 4000 mAh, a substantial increase over the 3500 mAh battery offered by Note 8.


  • Six Nations' OMSK remembers Humboldt Broncos hockey team

    Six Nations' OMSK remembers Humboldt Broncos hockey team

    Among the attendees were two RCMP officers wearing their red serge, and a group of men wearing hockey jerseys. "They are also requesting everyone using social media networks to respect their privacy as well".
    Is Gmail Testing Self-Destructing Messages?

    Is Gmail Testing Self-Destructing Messages?

    The feature is already available on the mobile app and helps you reply to messages with AI selected short replies. New features for Gmail on the web include Smart Reply and Snooze.
    Raiders 2018 National Football League  draft hat is fit for a nation

    Raiders 2018 National Football League draft hat is fit for a nation

    I'm really big into appearance and one who wholeheartedly buys into the "you look good, you play good" theory. As the draft draws on, Wyoming's Josh Allen and Louisville's Lamar Jackson could be called early as well.
  • Two athletes kicked out of Commonwealths over needle find

    Two athletes kicked out of Commonwealths over needle find

    They are here on a temporary activity visa and are free to travel around the country until it expires in early May. As the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games head into their final stages, there is still a lot of action to come.
    Choosing Between Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (FOXA) and HollyFrontier Corporation (HFC)

    Choosing Between Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (FOXA) and HollyFrontier Corporation (HFC)

    The Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc . exchanged hands with 8427049 shares compared to its average daily volume of 9.30M shares. Also, the current price to earnings for Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc .is 25.11 and the forward price to earnings is 15.99.
    Anish makes India Games history

    Anish makes India Games history

    The second semi-final between Australia and India was also a low-scoring affair, with both sides struggling to break the deadlock. Indian shooter Sanjeev Rajput shoots a Commonwealth Games record of 454.5 to clinch India's 19th gold medal at Gold Coast .
  • BJP will become the voice of people of North Karnataka: Amit Shah

    BJP will become the voice of people of North Karnataka: Amit Shah

    JD (S) was the key player in forming coalition governments, first with the Congress and later shifting its support to the BJP. The BJP Central Election Committee (CEC) will hold a meeting on April 15 over the upcoming Karnataka Assembly polls.
    United States  calls for more sanctions on Venezuela ahead of LatAm summit

    United States calls for more sanctions on Venezuela ahead of LatAm summit

    Pence is also expected to try to counter Chinese attempts to increase its economic influence in the Americas. The meeting comes amid efforts to renegotiate the North America Free Trade Agreement.

    Oil edges off highs, but geopolitical tensions loom

    Last night, U.S. stockpile data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) sent oil markets into increased volatility. Oil found support from news reports that said Saudi Arabia's air defense system shot down a Houthi missile over Jazan.
  • Shenmue I & II Coming To Xbox One, PS4, & PC This Year

    Shenmue I & II Coming To Xbox One, PS4, & PC This Year

    Shenmue I & II copies, both digital and physical, will be available to pre-order from first party stores and Steam soon. Before anyone really delivered an open-world experience Shenmue brought it to the limelight.
    Donald Trump to consult allies as U.S.  considers Syria response

    Donald Trump to consult allies as U.S. considers Syria response

    Donald Trump said he was shocked and disgusted by the sick attack and would make a decision on a suitable response this week. The U.S.is now assessing eight targets for a potential military response, sister news outlet CNBC separately reported.
    Announcer Says Black Player Is 'Out Of His Cotton-Picking Mind'

    Announcer Says Black Player Is 'Out Of His Cotton-Picking Mind'

    Davis said star player Russell Westbrook was "out of his cotton-pickin' mind" to emphasize his strong play on the court. Its origins are traced back to slavery in the southern United States, when black slaves were forced to harvest cotton.