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Samsung Galaxy S9 Details Leak

Samsung Galaxy S9 Details Leak

According to a report by VentureBeat, the brand will only preview the latest smartphones at the event, though it will apparently hold an official launch event in March. This means that those waiting for the big changes will probably have to wait until 2019. It is not possible to add a dual lens camera to the Galaxy S8, even though it tried to do it, and only introduced one such camera setup with the Galaxy Note 8 that launched nearly a year after the iPhone 7 Plus. That same rumor surfaced for the S8 but that never happened. It also looks like Samsung has shifted the placement of a fingerprint scanner to the back of the device.

The S9 and S9+ are named "Star 1" and "Star 2" internally, and will reportedly feature the same 5.8- and 6.2-inch Quad HD, AMOLED displays of their respective predecessors. In an article for Forbes, he wrote, "The Korea Fair Trade Commission has pretty much run amok in recent years, slapping spurious charges on foreign companies". Both will sport 64GB of internal storage at least and will give an option for expandable storage.

A new leak has surfaced which shows the renders of the upcoming Galaxy A5 (2018).

Tech site BGR recently posted renders created by Ghostek, a phone accessory maker. The difference mentioned above is quite low as the sales of Cupertino based company are declining. Earlier this year, Microsoft worked with Samsung to develop the special version of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

Regardless of rear camera configuration, both phones put elements on the back of the device with the fingerprint sensor on the bottom.

Buy Samsung Galaxy S8 at the Microsoft Store.

While Apple led the United Kingdom smartphone market with just over 34 percent market share despite sales declining sequentially, Samsung has become the second largest brand, slightly behind Apple.

Here, the new TPU cases from an unknown manufacturer complements what we saw yesterday's Olixar case leak.


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