Rumor reveals Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ memory configurations

The Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ have already been the subject of several rumors and leaks, and unsurprisingly, new ones are continuing to pop up. The latest one – out of China – is suggesting the devices’ RAM and storage variants. The rumor says the Galaxy S9 will be available in 4GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage options. As for the Galaxy S9+, it’ll come in 6GB RAM and 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB variants. Here’s the translated version: According to insider revealed S9 / S9 + will launch the following memory with: S9 DDR and Flash Combo 4 + 64 & 4 + 128, S9 + DDR and Flash Combinations 6 + 64…

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New $259 9.7-inch iPad coming in 2018, rumor says

A new rumor purportedly originating at “sources from related upstream suppliers” claims Apple is preparing the cheapest ever 9.7-inch iPad for next year. As you may know, the company released the iPad 9.7 (2017) back in March, and that model is priced from $ 329. At launch, it was the cheapest iPad of its size yet. But in 2018 its successor is allegedly going to start at just $ 259. If that pans out, the rumored device will undoubtedly start a resurgence of the tablet sector in the mobile world, which hasn’t been doing all that well in the past few years. The slate is said to launch in the…

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Questionable rumor claims Apple ‘considering’ 2018 update to budget 9.7-inch iPad

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Apple is allegedly considering a new, even cheaper "budget" iPad in 2018, priced around $ 259 while still retaining a 9.7-inch screen like the current $ 329 model, but there are reasons to believe it will simply be a price cut rather than new hardware.
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Rumor: 2018 iPad Pro with Face ID will be powered by 8-core ‘A11X’ chip

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In a move that would follow Apple’s usual strategy, it’s expected that new iPad Pros due in 2018 will feature a beefed up version of the A11 Bionic chip found in the iPhone 8 and iPhone X lineups, adding two more processing cores into the mix.
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