Galaxy S9 May Ditch the S8's Greatest Flaw

23 November, 2017, 00:37 | Author: Darrell Baldwin
  • Galaxy S9 May Ditch the S8's Greatest Flaw

The Galaxy S8 in Burgundy Red will make its debut in South Korea just four days after Apple's iPhone X, but it's hard to believe it will have any influence on the latter's sales.

The tipsters go on to state that Samsung is referring to the S9 phones as the Star 1 and Star 2, each with the model numbers SM-G960 and SM-G965.

Noted leakster Evan Blass says the S9 range will be nearly identical in design and feature the same 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch AMOLED Infinity displays.




It will also only feature 4GB of RAM versus 6GB on the larger unit. Samsung also plans to add AKG stereo speakers, according to the report.

The processor is also expected to be upgraded to the powerful Snapdragon 845 10nm model, while RAM will be increased to 4 GB for the S9 and 6 GB for the S9+, backed by 64 GB of storage and a microSD card. Ahead of the official launch, a new report coming from ET News claims that Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup will boast the similar hardware setup and basic specs but the difference will be in the software department, Gadget360. Even better, the new phone could feature a design change from the S8. that will please a lot of users. The new version will have the phones laid flat, allowing them to be used as a trackpad or virtual keyboard. This reveal won't replace the expected March launch event, per the tipped details, so it is possible we won't see much at the show in January. It's early days, but the leaks will begin flowing freely soon enough.

This is an incredible price for the state-of-the-art Samsung Galaxy S8.

Recommended:



Popular

Kris Jenner Just "Confirmed" Kylie & Khloe Are Pregnant With Latest Instagram Post
The family may be tight-lipped for now, but it's safe to say we'll be hearing one way or another from them in the near future. Kim Kardashian explained in her recent appearance on Ellen that keeping confidential information is how they work as a family.

President Donald Trump pardons turkey in annual White House tradition
Of course, the turkey doesn't get to stay (sorry Tad, no turkeys for pets at the White House). President Obama began the current tradition of pardoning two turkeys in 2009.

Charlie Rose suspended following sexual harassment allegations
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 17: Norah O'Donnell, Charlie Rose and Gayle King attend the 2017 CBS Upfront on May 17, 2017 in New York City. It is crushing". "I have learned a great deal as a result of these events, and I hope others will too".

Hariri arrives in Cairo for meeting with Sisi
His father, late Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, was assassinated in 2005 and an global court is still investigating the tragedy. Hariri arrived in a private jet from Cyprus on Tuesday night, after meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades.

Alibaba invests $3.7 billion in Chinese chain to help fight Wal-Mart
Sun Art operates about 450 hypermarkets under the Auchan and RT-Mart banners across 224 cities in mainland China . With the deal, Alibaba is looking to become a major player in China's $500 billion food retail sector.

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Lands This Week
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is set to launch worldwide on November 22 for iOS and Android devices, Nintendo has announced . Your family will probably understand if you need to excuse yourself from Thanksgiving dinner to go catch some fish.

Refocused: Houston Texans 31, Arizona Cardinals 21
Between the four players who participated in the celebration, Ellington had the fastest 40-yard dash time at 4.37 seconds. The defense did come up with the turnovers but had trouble pressuring struggling Texans quarterback Tom Savage .

Broncos fire offensive coordinator Mike McCoy; QB coach to take over
The Broncos averaged just 18.3 points per game through the first ten games of the season, the ninth-worst total in the NFL. That loss marked the sixth straight for the Broncos, the first six-game losing streak in 27 for the franchise.

Ellen took on Donald Trump's anti-elephant policy & he suspended it
He described the perilous situation in Zimbabwe, where the US Embassy has advised Americans to limit their travel outdoors. Fish and Wildlife Service will allow hunters to bring so-called elephant trophies from Zambia and Zimbabwe into the U.S.

Trump attacks Hillary Clinton after comments on alleged sexual abuse
In her interview, she went further - and said those factors cost her the election. "No, I wouldn't rule that out", Clinton said. The president tweeted: "Give it another try in three years", in an apparent attempt to bait Clinton to run for president again.