It's a bumper day of tech news today: Alexa is coming to your hotel room, Samsung has three new hardware devices on the way, and Facebook has an AI fix for your bad selfies. Read up on all these stories and more below, courtesy of our friends at TechRadar.
1. The Samsung Galaxy S10 might go bezel-free
Who's excited about next year's Galaxy S10? We certainly are, and a new prototype image leaked on the web suggests the phone is going to almost completely do away with phone bezels – look at that screen-to-body ratio! But if this is genuine, where's the front-facing camera? Samsung could be prepping a pop-up camera, or fixing it under the screen.
2. Samsung smartwatches and tablets are on the way
Sticking with the theme of upcoming Samsung devices, the Gear S4 smartwatch and Tab S4 Android tablet are expected to debut much earlier than the Galaxy S10 – perhaps as soon as September. A new report suggests Samsung is going to get the Galaxy Note 9 out of the way first, then launch its other hardware at the annual IFA 2018 expo in Berlin.
3. Facebook's AI is going to fix your blinky selfies
Ever had a photo ruined by someone closing their eyes at the wrong time? Facebook's artificial intelligence algorithms want to save the day, by painting in realistic-looking eyes based on other photos of the same person. For the moment though, this is just a cool scientific experiment – it isn't going to roll out to Facebook or Instagram anytime soon.
4. The Oppo Find X has almost no bezels and a pop-up camera
We teased the arrival of the Oppo Find X a few days ago, and now it's here – there's no notch, very little in the way of bezels, and a pop-up front-facing camera for taking selfie snaps of you and your friends. The screen-to-body ratio on the front of the handset is a new high of 93.8%, and the phone's internal specs are pretty impressive as well.
5. Enjoy Amazon Alexa in your hotel room
Missing your Amazon Echo while you're away from home? The new Alexa for Hospitality could offer the fix you need – the service is designed for hotels that want to offer the digital assistant to their guests while they're away from home. It can be connected to other smart devices in the room, help you check out, and even order more towels from housekeeping.