Before June came to an end, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 made the rounds through the FCC on its way to an announcement later this year.
Rumor mill: Whatever you think of Samsung's rumored $1850 foldable Galaxy X handset, there's no denying it could shake up the phone industry. However, a notable leaker claims that it's actually the other way around.
There are also fears that a Chinese price-fixing probe into chipmakers including Samsung could limit the upside for DRAM prices, as China is the largest importer of memory products.
Trump Baby Balloon Gets Approval to Fly in London
Khan has been openly critical of President Trump, and he was also the subject of one of Trump's Twitter attacks last summer. Restrictions mean that it would not be allowed to fly more than 30 meters (98 feet) off the ground, Sky News reports.
Kimi Raikkonen previews the Silverstone Grand Prix
Fourth place in the race went to Romain Grosjean, who managed to score his first points since the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix, much to the relief of his Haas F1 team.
'No Nukes, No THAAD': South Korean town calls for missile defense withdrawal
One diplomatic source in Washington said, "The " Rocket Man " CD was the subject of discussion during Trump's lunch with Kim". The President told me he believes that Chairman Kim sees a different, brighter future for the people of North Korea.
The Galaxy X launch has been postponed for a few years, but it looks like it will finally be hitting the market next year. Now, new reports have surfaced claiming the device will feature a 6000mAh curved battery and is set to debut at CES 2019.
Samsung, Apple and Huawei are rumored to be working on foldable smartphones. It's unlikely, as Samsung may want to put some distance between the two devices, so perhaps we'll see it later in the year around IFA in Berlin - that is if it even exists. This may mean that Samsung isn't too anxious about the low sales of this year's S9 models.