Samsung has released the newest versions of S-series S8 and S8+ in 2017. In keeping with some rumors, Samsung can turn out 2 completely different flagships that are S9 & S9+ with wonderful options and styles for 2018.
Since Samsung keeps its S series with its daily advertising and options, however once more the expectations go on top of we expect. We have a tendency to expect that the new smartphones with wonderful resolution and for the 5.8-inch show S9 and model S9 and with a rather larger 6.2-inch screen.
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Because it clothed, at the tip of March 2017, Samsung began engaged on the Galaxy S9 and S9+, which suggests it'll be additional proof against water and dirt, the next battery capability, fingerprints, which suggests plenty of your time for full and careful management, with plenty of your time and additional points.
Very few people know that Samsung is the second largest R&D spender in the world and the largest consumer electronics industry. Electronic giant spends around $13 Billion in research however it still has financial worries last year because of low sales and therefore has great hopes from S9.
We don't know anything about when Samsung Galaxy S9 is to be announced, therefore we simply have to be compelled to quit what Samsung did in the past. As for the S8, this can be delayed for these days, the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S9, mentioned at the Mobile World Conference, might occur in February or March 2018.
Samsung is back with another phone leak that is Samsung Galaxy S9, which will just announce its launch on February 25th, 2018. The difference between s8 and s9 is that the image of S9 compared to S8 is a more visible image of the side rims. The Galaxy S8 has a display that reaches the phone, and the S9 has a significant amount of dead space.
Despite top-notch features, Galaxy S8 had the disadvantages like slow charging and 3000 mAh battery (however 3500 mAh in S8 Plus), Pretty weird position of fingerprint reader and bloatware etc. which people are expecting from Samsung to improve in the upcoming phone.
Last year, Samsung copied well with the smartphones Galaxy S8 and S8+, as expected the company does not radically change the language of a design of its successors. So if you think that the leak published is reliable then phone camera, Evan Blass got images from the front of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, and at first glance, they are very similar to last year's models.
Samsung may be going to answer iPhone's Face ID through its intelligent scan. It may also have a variant with Dual Sim, dual sim variants of previous Galaxy smartphones have long been popular so this isn’t entirely unexpected news.
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Given that the Galaxy S8 was basically a display, it's no surprise that the S9 is similar. But there are a few small differences that we can find here. Perhaps the most noteworthy are many cameras and sensors on the S9 screen. We put our money on Samsung with a more advanced form of unlocking and authentication on the front panel than they still have to go with their "rethought" camera from the back.
Also, it would not be surprising if these sensors and cameras helped S9 take front-oriented people with the portrait effect, for example, see Pixel 2 and iPhone X. Fortunately, we do not have to wait long to find out what's new here. Samsung will show the phone at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, which is only one month away. Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry, it will be organized by GSMA and to be held on 26th February to 1st March 2018.
At the same time, we assume that this is just the first of the next leaks of the next flagship Samsung phone. I hope we find out if Samsung has fixed the biggest disadvantage of the Galaxy S8, it's a terrible location for the fingerprint sensor.