Both will also feature a Super AMOLED display with a rear 16-megapixel camera and dual (16-megapixel and 8-megapixel) front-facing cameras, with advanced features for improved focusing, low-light photography, video image stabilization, and time-lapse video creation. The South Korean giant is reportedly planning to launch the Galaxy S9 at CES 2018.The Galaxy S9 and S9+ would be the first phones that Samsung would launch against the iPhone X. The new Galaxy S9 is an S-series of smartphones which means that the device could overall have an S8-like design and features. There's going to be minor changes in the rear camera setup.
Experts said LG's sluggish sales apparently came as Samsung and Apple are leading the premium segment, while Chinese companies are also expanding presence in the budget market. It seems that none of the cameras include OIS. As far as the frontside of both phones are concerned, it appears that their Infinity Display design will be delivering a screen-to-body ratio of around 85 percent. The phones come in black, orchid grey, gold and blue.
The GeekBennch benchmarks have confirmed some of the specifications on the new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, the handset is listed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. Can Samsung come up with a competitive pricing for its 2018 releases? Some regions will get their hands on the new Galaxy A8 phones as early as January, and in a choice of four colours.
The attempt by the majors to provide some of the special features in the mid-segment phones also is being followed by Samsung too. End users should expect performance levels and energy efficiency to offer improvements of approx 10 and 15 per cent respectively with these new DDR4 chips.
Despite concerns that consumers may refrain from purchasing Samsung products due to the safety problems, the company sold around 5 million units of the Galaxy S8 around the globe in less than a month, indicating the company fully overcame last year's crisis.
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