Samsung ‘DeX Live’ is a Wireless Version and Could Arrive With Galaxy Note 10

Samsung DeX software
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Samsung introduced the first generation of Samsung DeX software in 2017 alongside the Galaxy S8. With each new release, the company has announced improvements to its system that offers the desktop experience with a pocket-sized phone. In the first version, the Samsung DeX required to use the dock, which later removed in the second generation.

With the launch of Galaxy Note 9, the DeX offer support only using the USB-C cable. Now when the Galaxy Note 10 launch is arriving near new information about Samsung DeX is coming out in the wild.

According to a patent application filed at the European Union Intellectual Property Organization, a new version might arrive with the name ‘DeX Live‘. Samsung DeX Live in the coming months offering a wireless experience to its users.

The patent does not reveal many details other than the “Dex Live” brand itself, confirming class number 9 for “software application, that is, to design the screen of the mobile device for viewing via computer peripheral devices and wireless networks.”

This feature can reach the market with the launch of the new Galaxy Note 10. Rumors and leaks have started surfacing regarding the features of the Galaxy Note 10 such as a punch-hole display, four rear cameras, and more.

In addition to dozens of software improvements and exciting new features for the next generation of one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2019, Samsung should offer powerful hardware similar to the Galaxy S10 Plus or S10 5G.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch is scheduled for August this year and the South Korean tech giant won’t be disappointing those who want the best of the best in all categories.