As far as the camera is concerned, Galaxy S8 Lite is likely to come with a 16MP rear camera with LED flash and an 8MP front-facing camera with a wide angle lens.
It even features the same display size of 5.8-inches and same unpopular fingerprint sensor placing at the Galaxy S8. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to be launched in January, while the foldable Galaxy X will be featured at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. Apart from the hipster name, little else is known. Instead, the smartphone is expected to form part of Samsung's new strategy to recycle older flagship devices in a bid to cater to those on a tighter budget. These include the S-Pen stylus.
The Galaxy Tab S4 missed Samsung's Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress in February, but a release appears to be in the cards for 2018. Reports indicate it to see the light of the day by August this year. Ice Universe, the mysterious leaker with a good track record was not ready to wait that long for the features of the upcoming Note series flagship.
However, while that may sound like an improvement, it's actually the lower-end 16-megapixel sensor featured on Samsung's A-Series models.More news: MRI Reveals No Structural Damage To DeGrom's Elbow
Samsung allegedly code-named the Note 9 as Crown, since it wants to be king of the phones this year, so a reference to a Crown UX suggests it could be the one found on the Note 9. It's highly likely that the company has settled down on a design for mass production.
The Samsung smart AI assistant is also rumoured to get an update to Bixby 2.0 - what that brings to the phone is unclear.
Aside from the facts that could be seen from a distance, rumors just keep on coming.
The Galaxy Tab S3 and Apple's iPad are worth considering, but you should also take note of Samsung's rumored Galaxy Tab S4, a brand new tablet that's expected to make its debut later this year.