QUOTE OF THE DAY_ The technology you use impresses no one. The experience you create with it is everything. ~ Sean Gerety
RUMORS ABOUT SAMSUNG GALAXY S10
Samsung’s next-gen flagship smartphone expected to release around next year likely to have 3 variants.
WHAT SAMSUNG GALAXY S10 WILL OFFER?
According to renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Samsung S10 may come in three varied sizes: 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.4 inches, like the rumored Apple’s next series of iPhones.
Besides, the two large S10 models will include “ultrasonic FOD,” in-display fingerprint sensors and smaller model will include a fingerprint sensor on the side.
Another leak about the phone is that it would be powered by an Exynos 9820 octa-core SoC. This GPU promises 30% performance and energy improvement and efficiency.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MODELS?
Besides size, smaller models are Samsung’s entry-level offering whereas larger ones will have higher-end specs and features.
Also, the larger models of S10 might include five cameras, this means it might have triple camera at the back and dual camera up front. While smaller models may get triple camera at back but only a single camera as the front one.
IS AN IN-DISPLAY FINGERPRINT SENSOR BETTER THAN A FACE SCANNER?
Both features have their own merits and demerits, but we can say one thing, in-display feature is a sure way to differentiate S10 from iPhone, which will keep on using face scanning.
ORACLE REVEALS ITS NEW BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM
Oracle releases its own blockchain platform after several months of testing and successful trials.
WHAT IS IT?
The new Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service that came out of beta this Monday is now available. It is said to give its channel partners a chance to rake in more profits.
Key Features of the Blockchain Platform
- Plug-and-Play Integrations
- Enterprise Grade
- Expertise and Experience
WHAT ORACLE BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM OFFERS?
The new platform allows channel partners to run their own blockchain networks. They can even charge customers and other participants to use it. Usually, Oracle charges network operators 50 or 78 cents per 500 transactions every hour. This means network operators can decide how they would like charge to bring in new profits. Also, the Blockchain platform is fully managed service this means, it allows partners to build and deploy networks within weeks or months.
WHAT ORACLE PROVIDES?
For channel partner support, Oracle gives online documentation and sales support. But for channel partners that are working on large deals, they can potentially receive added support for free from the company’s product and services development group.