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Samsung To Release A Phone With 48 Megapixel Camera Later This Year

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The news of the Galaxy S10 and his twin brothers is still trendy as it is the latest flagship from Samsung. While most of the features it came with seems to be what will keep the Galaxy S10 on the top list for the next couple of years to come.

Based on some news report we gathered, we've come to know that the Korean giant, Samsung, has plan to release a phone with 48 MP later this year. However, the upcoming Samsung product will be called the Galaxy A90, located in the high-end segment and can only be sold in China.

Since late last year, Samsung has massively produced the new ISOCELL Bright GM1 camera sensor, which has a pixel size of 0.8 micrometers, 48 ​​megapixel resolution, rather than 1.6 micrometers in 12 megapixel sensor.

Meanwhile, Galaxy A90 promises to be the first model to be furnished with the new sensor on Samsung and high resolution just like the recently released Redmi Note 7 Pro model.

Additionally, the Galaxy A90 uses a full screen overflow thanks to the camera slider mechanism to open pop-ups. The screen therefore does not need rabbit ears, water droplets or holes like in Galaxy S10 or his twin brothers.

2019 promises to be the year Samsung launched a new smartphone market focusing on specifications to compete with Chinese brands. A recent range of products such as Galaxy M20, A50 and A30 all have high specs but with low prices.

[Rumor] Persona 5 S To Launch On Nintendo Switch And PS4, Out In Fall 2019

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New reports claims that Persona 5 S will release on the Nintendo Switch and PS4 in Fall 2019. Hence, this report is based on a new rumor that popped up ahead of the official announcement of Persona 5 R from Atlus.

However, it turns out that only two domains were registered by Atlus which are the Persona 5 S and Persona 5 R. Last year, Persona 5 R was showed off with a teaser and promised to share more information on it in March this year.

Persona 5 R was expected to launch on the Nintendo Switch in addition to the PS4 but the first teaser for the game had no logo for the Nintendo Switch and just showed a PlayStation logo.

The announcement of the teaser for Persona 5 R mentioned about ‘new projects’ so this can however mean that there will be multiple games which will be revealed this month.

Meanwhile, we don’t know what Atlus have in mind for Persona 5 but according to a new rumor that comes from a Twitter source Mr. Ohya which claims that Persona 5 S is for Nintendo Switch and PS4. Hence, it will be out in Fall 2019 for both platforms.

The tipster however claims that Persona 3 HD Remake is something that Atlus has been considering for now. Persona 3 and 4 are more than two generations old now so if they can get a remake in the same engine and visuals as Persona 5, then it can only be a good thing for the fans.

Atlus has not say anything yet regarding to their Persona series and whether it is their best selling one so far. Also, they are working on Shin Megami Tensei 5 for the Nintendo Switch. Persona has always been released as an exclusive for the PlayStation-family of systems, starting from the PlayStation 2 to PlayStation Vita.

The most recent standard game was for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. If this tumor were to be believed, this will be the first time the series makes its entrance on the Nintendo Switch.

Nevertheless, we often post these rumors on the off-chance that they are true, but as always, you need to take this one with a pinch of salt since there are many reasons why these kinds of rumors usually don’t turn out to be precise or end up being wildly off the mark.

The credibility of the leaker is not that solid since his only claim is about the Persona 5 R announcement that happened earlier, but there are more people who are claiming it is a solid source so we are writing this article in the hope that this turns out to be the case.

Furthermore, Atlus is supposedly going to unveil more information this month so please look forward to an official announcement from them.

[Rumor]: Alleged Watch Dogs 3 Debuts A 2019 Release

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Just after the release of Watch Dog 2 three years ago, it seems like the next entry in the series is purportedly approaching. Not just with it but obviously will be out by the end of 2019. Meanwhile, the information is inconclusive as none of them have been confirmed. But if it turns out to be true, then Watch Dog 3 would be a big change of journey for the series.

Of course, that shouldn't take us by surprise if we see Watch Dog go international, considering the fact that Ubisoft updated Watch Dog 2 ending to particularly utter an international expansion of DedSec. Additionally, some coordinates were given that specifically point to London, so the pieces definitely all line up.

According to the rumor, it also made notice that the players can also choose the gender of the protagonist, which is quickly becoming a Ubisoft staple, as we already have the option in Far Cry New Dawn and Assassin's Creed Odyssey.

However, a 2019 release is possible. While Ubisoft has already confirmed that there won’t be an Assassin’s Creed game releasing in 2019, potentially opening the field for a new Watch Dogs game. Also, Skull & Bones is set for 2019, although it still doesn’t have a release date yet. Watch Dogs 2 was released in 2016, when Assassin’s Creed game is not in existence, either, so there is definitely precedent.

Talking about a new Watch Dogs game ignited after a new trademark was discovered earlier this year. We could expect see a reveal at E3 2019, or possibly earlier before it. Or it’ll probably leak before anything, that tends to happen with Ubisoft games.
(Source: GameRector)

Don’t Expect A Rainbow Six Siege Battle Royale Says Ubisoft Montreal

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With big name shooters like the Call of Duty to seek for the battle royale playing field, how long will it take for other online shooters follow suit to come? It’s clear. However, according to Ubisoft Montreal developers, Rainbow Six Siege will not be amongst them.

Though Tetris now has its own battle royale-style release, Ubisoft’s hit tactical shooter will not be part of the ongoing trend. In an interview with DualShocker, Rainbow Six Siege’s Creative Director, Xavier Marquis expressed as much. According to Marquis, he has made up his mind to remove Siege in reality, something battle royale at its core surely doesn’t favor.

However, the Game Director, Leroy Athanassoff was also asked for his opinion on the matter. Agreeing with Marquis, Athanassoff confirmed that while Rainbow Six Siege will continue to “experiment with gameplay,” a battle royale mode is not in the team’s development plans. “Right now, there is no plan of adding a battle royale,” Athanassoff said. “But we want our events to be an important tool to experiment with gameplay.”
(Source: DualShockers)

Evo Japan Dead Or Alive 6 Promo Interrupted After A NSFW Clip

Just like every other Evolution tournaments, Evo Japan allows video companies have some time to assume control on the stage to promote/demo upcoming titles. This same opportunity was however used to showcase Dead or Alive 6, which is said to release on the 1st of next month (March).

Meanwhile, the promotional moment was interrupted when the commentators took a moment to show off Dead or Alive 6’s free camera control in the most sexual way possible (Click here to see where the NSFW is shown.)

However, the commentators purposely paused, zoomed-in and rotated the camera to showcase a piledriver that looks like a sec act. While one character is on her back with her legs over her head, the other’s face is positioned in her crotch when viewed from the right angle.

The laughter from the commentators is what really solidifies the unsuitability and immaturity of the moment. The presentation also displayed the two women presenters playfighting in such a way that were overtly sexual, as though to mimic the franchise itself. One purposely turned her back to the camera after being playfully punched and then was spanked by the other presenter.

This took place while the woman who delivered both hits continuously bounced up and down so that her breasts would move in an exaggerated manner. Hence, it isn't exactly the best advertisement for a game that is trying to separate itself from the stigma of being just a sexy fighting game.

These were all things those running Evo were not okay with. As reported by VG247, Evo Director Joey Cuellar explained why the presentation was interrupted in a tweet which has since been deleted already. But according to what Cuellar tweeted, he said that “The [Dead or Alive 6] ad that aired on our stream does not reflect the core values of Evo or the FGC. We ended the stream temporarily to protect the integrity of our brand. We sincerely apologize to our fans”.

As it is now, it's still not clear if this incident well affect future tournaments or not.

Xbox Game Pass Is Adding More Free Games For Subscribers In February

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While Xbox Game Pass lineup for February 2019 has already been announced, they are now out as well. But this is not the end of it as the social media account is now teasing more games that will be included to the service.

The tweet that attempts to be possessing a strong intellectual capacity simply lists a poll with options, none of which are negative. However, this question was asked in the poll and it reads: “Should we add even more games in the next 2 weeks?”

If the options given in the poll were free then this could probably have been taken as a simple marketing strategy, but the fact that every single choice points towards yes gives rise to the speculation amongst fans that this is for adding new games.

This, however, is not the first time Xbox Game Pass has added games in such a manner. December was one of the best months given by Xbox Game Pass and some of the exciting offerings didn’t make it to the subscription service until towards the end of the month.

If you are indeed interested in purchasing Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft is currently running a limited time promotion for it  which grants new subscribers access to two months of Xbox Game Pass for $2 only. Hence, it is a super cheap offer but it's limited so high time you grab your own copy while the offer lasts.
Source (Twitter)

[Rumor] New Patent Revealed Galaxy Note 10’s S-Pen With Camera

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Samsung always has bold ideas for its high-end smartphones, from new screen designs, exclusive features to new technologies on the S Pen of Galaxy Note series. To explain this further, one of Samsung's newly approved recent inventions has revealed an extremely “cool” feature of the next-gen Galaxy Note series, and particularly on the S Pen of the device.

Accordingly, in an effort to completely abolish the screen design that has been cut or "punched" as it is now, and also to provide users the full screen experience, Samsung will renew the S Pen on the next-gen Galaxy Note series.

Based on the newly revealed invention, the Korean manufacturer will put the selfie camera on the S Pen, a necessary accessory for the Galaxy Note series. And with the built-in selfie camera on the S Pen, Samsung will no longer have to worry about how to put this selfie camera on the screen of the device, from which users will have a device with a real overflow screen.

The camera cluster is integrated inside the pen which will be controlled by a physical button right on the body of the pen, additionally, there will be another key to adjust the zoom.

This invention reveals the new S Pen pen design that will appear on the next-gen Galaxy Note line, but does not point out which Galaxy Note model it is. If Samsung has enough time to develop new designs, we can expect this year's Galaxy Note10 to inherit this unique feature.

In short, the patent did not mention whether Samsung has removed the selfie camera in the body of the device or not – hence, it only reveals new technology. The only thing we can be certain about at the present time is that the future S Pen which might allow users to take pictures directly without getting close to touching the smartphone.
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